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Nobody can teach you creativity, and problem solving is a skill you develop. Learning the syntax of a programming language does not grant you creative powers. Just as your ability to read and write does not make you a great author, novelist, poet, or songwriter. You also need to understand that the SoloLearn course only teaches the basic syntax of Java. The Java API contains over 5,000 classes so that will give you some idea of how little Java you actually know. The SoloLearn course is the equivalent of the first term of the first year of primary school. You wouldn't expect such a student to be suitably qualified for work would you? Software engineering and design is a whole different discipline to punching out code at a keyboard.
Try to solve the problems on code coach using java. Try with easy problems first.
Try to solve the projects and code coach problems
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If you have not understood then how to have solved them?
Also try to make some codes on code playground.
What practical tasks?...You have completed the Java course 100%, so you have already solved all the projects in the course.
In the mobile version of the app, this is the "community" button. it is located at the bottom left just behind the "teach" button. there you will find a code simulator inside (Code Coach)
some tasks are free, some require a pro
See this example: https://www.sololearn.com/coach/3?ref=app
[free] https://code-exercises.com/ [paid, but first levels and gamer code is free] https://codegym.cc [paid but initial levels are free] (only Python and SQL) https://academy.vertabelo.com [free] https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.amensah.easycoder
Yes, I did already some Projects in the courses. But there i didn't understand what to do
Martin Taylor so the best to do is learning learning learning, Tutorials, books etc?
Arun Ruban SJ What is Code Coach and were can i find it?
Is it for free?