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Your first task!

Copy paste the following list in your favorite java IDE (IntelliJ Idea / Eclipse etc.). Try hard to resolve the problem. Check the proposed solution in case you are stuck

                      List<String> strings = Arrays.asList("John", "", "Marry", "Jim", "","", "Andrew");
                    

What you need to code:

Print the names from the above list that are not empty.

Expected output:

                        John
Marry
Jim
Andrew

Your second task!

Copy paste the following list in your favorite java IDE (IntelliJ Idea / Eclipse etc.). Try hard to resolve the problem. When you resolved it or you want to give up, check the solution

List strings = Arrays.asList("John", "", "Marry", "Jim", "","", "Andrew");



Task:

Print the names from the above list that are not empty.

Expected output: John Marry Jim Andrew (each of them on new lines is ok)

Your first task!

Copy paste the following list in your favorite java IDE (IntelliJ Idea / Eclipse etc.). Try hard to resolve the problem. When you resolved it or you want to give up, check the solution

List strings = Arrays.asList("John", "", "Marry", "Jim", "","", "Andrew");



Task:

Print the names from the above list that are not empty.

Expected output: John Marry Jim Andrew (each of them on new lines is ok)

Your first task!

Copy paste the following list in your favorite java IDE (IntelliJ Idea / Eclipse etc.). Try hard to resolve the problem. When you resolved it or you want to give up, check the solution

List strings = Arrays.asList("John", "", "Marry", "Jim", "","", "Andrew");



Task:

Print the names from the above list that are not empty.

Expected output: John Marry Jim Andrew (each of them on new lines is ok)

Your first task!

Copy paste the following list in your favorite java IDE (IntelliJ Idea / Eclipse etc.). Try hard to resolve the problem. When you resolved it or you want to give up, check the solution

List strings = Arrays.asList("John", "", "Marry", "Jim", "","", "Andrew");



Task:

Print the names from the above list that are not empty.

Expected output: John Marry Jim Andrew (each of them on new lines is ok)

Your first task!

Copy paste the following list in your favorite java IDE (IntelliJ Idea / Eclipse etc.). Try hard to resolve the problem. When you resolved it or you want to give up, check the solution

List strings = Arrays.asList("John", "", "Marry", "Jim", "","", "Andrew");



Task:

Print the names from the above list that are not empty.

Expected output: John Marry Jim Andrew (each of them on new lines is ok)

Your first task!

Copy paste the following list in your favorite java IDE (IntelliJ Idea / Eclipse etc.). Try hard to resolve the problem. When you resolved it or you want to give up, check the solution

List strings = Arrays.asList("John", "", "Marry", "Jim", "","", "Andrew");



Task:

Print the names from the above list that are not empty.

Expected output: John Marry Jim Andrew (each of them on new lines is ok)

Your first task!

Copy paste the following list in your favorite java IDE (IntelliJ Idea / Eclipse etc.). Try hard to resolve the problem. When you resolved it or you want to give up, check the solution

List strings = Arrays.asList("John", "", "Marry", "Jim", "","", "Andrew");



Task:

Print the names from the above list that are not empty.

Expected output: John Marry Jim Andrew (each of them on new lines is ok)

Your first task!

Copy paste the following list in your favorite java IDE (IntelliJ Idea / Eclipse etc.). Try hard to resolve the problem. When you resolved it or you want to give up, check the solution

List strings = Arrays.asList("John", "", "Marry", "Jim", "","", "Andrew");



Task:

Print the names from the above list that are not empty.

Expected output: John Marry Jim Andrew (each of them on new lines is ok)

Your first task!

Copy paste the following list in your favorite java IDE (IntelliJ Idea / Eclipse etc.). Try hard to resolve the problem. When you resolved it or you want to give up, check the solution

List strings = Arrays.asList("John", "", "Marry", "Jim", "","", "Andrew");



Task:

Print the names from the above list that are not empty.

Expected output: John Marry Jim Andrew (each of them on new lines is ok)

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