**Introduction To Java Programming**(9th Edition) exercises that have been posted so far. This page is updated as more solutions to the exercises are posted. You are "

**STRONGLY ADVISED**" to try to solve the problem first before checking the solution. Note that there are multiple ways of solving problems. That is to say, you may have another way (maybe even better) of solving the problem(s). In such case(s) please let us know. Only solutions to programming exercises are provided here. You can test run the programs online for free at ideone.com.

**Chapter One**

Exercise 1.2 - Java program to display five messages

Exercise 1.3 - Java program to display pattern

Exercise 1.4 - Java program to print table

Exercise 1.5 - Computing mathematical expressions in Java

Exercise 1.6 - Summation of a series

Exercise 1.7 - Program to calculate approximate value of pi

Exercise 1.8 - Program to calculate area and perimeter of a circle

Exercise 1.9 - Java program to calculate area and perimeter of a rectangle

Exercise 1.10 - Java program to calculate average speed in miles

Exercise 1.11 - Population projection

Exercise 1.12 - Java program to calculate average speed in kilometers

**Chapter Two**

**Exercise 2.1 - Program to convert celsius to fahrenheit**

Exercise 2.2 - Volume of a cylinder calculator in Java

Exercise 2.3 - Feet to meters calculator in Java

Exercise 2.4 - Pounds to kilograms calculator

Exercise 2.5 - Financial application

Exercise 2.6 - Java program to sum the digits in an integer

Exercise 2.7 - Program to find number of years

Exercise 2.8 - Java program to display current time in GMT

Exercise 2.9 - Java physics program to calculate average acceleration

Exercise 2.10 - Java program to calculate energy

Exercise 2.11 - Population projection

Exercise 2.12 - Physics: finding runway length

Exercise 2.13 - Financial application: compound value

Exercise 2.14 - Health application: computing BMI

Exercise 2.16 - Geometry: area of a hexagon

Exercise 2.20 - Financial application: calculate interest

Exercise 2.21 - Financial application: calculate future investment value

Exercise 2.22 - Random character

Exercise 2.23 - Find the character of an ASCII code

Exercise 2.24 - Financial application: monetary units

Exercise 2.25 - Financial application: payroll

Exercise 2.26 - Use input dialog

Exercise 2.27 - Financial application: payroll

**Chapter Three**

**Exercise 3.1 - Algebra: solve quadratic equations**

Exercise 3.2 - Game: add three numbers

Exercise 3.3 - Algebra: Solve 2x2 Linear Equations

Exercise 3.4 - Game: Learn Addition

Exercise 3.5 - Find Future Dates

Exercise 3.6 - Health Application: BMI

Exercise 3.9 - Business: Check ISBN-10

Exercise 3.10 - Game: Addition Quiz

Exercise 3.11 - Find the Number of Days in a Month

Exercise 3.12 - Check a Number

where is the completed other chapters ? 2 3 4 ..etc

ReplyDeleteCheck back again soon. I will be updating this page with each chapter as soon as I finish them. Meanwhile bookmark this page.

Deleteyo you finish the other chapters??????

DeleteNo, not yet. Been very busy. I'll do that asap.

DeleteI still wait to completed this book

ReplyDeleteHello how are you this is very useful to me I learn java on my own thank you so was wondering are you going to upload the other chapters or were can I find them

DeleteDo You finish the other chapters?

ReplyDeleteNo still working on it. Will upload them soon.

DeleteSir when will you upload rest of the chapters? Your solutions were very helpful.

ReplyDeleteI'm glad you find it useful. I'm still working on it. Just check back again. Subscribe to the email newsletter (at the top right) to be notified immediately it is uploaded.

DeleteI already bookmarked your page :-)

DeleteThank you Aghatise Osazuwa for your efforts. I'm doing a similar work but for the 10th edition of this book. My soulutins can be found on github.

ReplyDeleteHello! I just wanted to know by any chance if you happen to have the solution for exercise 13.25? Because the link you provided only has exerise 13.01-13.21

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ReplyDeleteSolutions here are more advanced than explained in the book to chapter 3. (Sorry for my english)

If you go to the book's website at http://www.cs.armstrong.edu/liang/intro9e/exercisesolution.html you can find the solutions to all the even number problems.

ReplyDeleteHi, can anyone tell me if there is a paperback version of this book? if there is please simply send me the ISBN number to the following email (darryoosh2012@gmail.com)

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