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The Java Examples project is a set of examples about the Java programming language, developed and provided exclusively by Andrea Binello ("andbin").

The goal of this project is to provide valid, useful and enjoyable examples about the use of the Java language, the Java SE (Standard Edition) framework and other libraries.


The following are the features of the examples:

  • generally short (in average 2 to 6 Java source files)
  • very well written (following all standard code and naming conventions)
  • commented (for easy comprehension)
  • self contained (no dependencies on other examples, no particular IDE requirements)
  • provided with build.xml file for Apache Ant


See: Table of contents

All examples can also be browsed with Google Code interface or accessed directly on SVN.


All the examples are licensed under the MIT License, a very permissive free software license. See the full text of the license:


Any useful comment, critique, suggestion about my Java Examples is always welcome. Feel free to contact me, even if you have doubts or understanding problems on the code of my examples.


  • The screenshot icon used in the Table of contents is from the Windows 8 metro style by Visual Pharm.
  • The Table of contents is generated using a mix of Java code and XSLT processing. The latter is done with the Saxon-PE (the commercial, paid, version) for which I own a regular license.
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