"Hi, buddy. Here are a couple more tasks for today. To make them more challenging, I want you to only use variables inside the print/println method."

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"Is that even possible?"

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New Java Syntax,  level 9lesson 10
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Literals
Data written directly in program code are called literals. This applies to values of primitives and the String type. In the Solution class, you need to create variables of each primitive type, as well as of the String type, and assign arbitrary values to them. The String variable must be initialized
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Deleting spaces
Implement the deleteSpaces(String) method so that all spaces are removed from the string received in the input parameter.
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New Java Syntax,  level 9lesson 10
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Word palindrome
Implement the isPalindrome(String) method so that it checks whether the input word is a palindrome. A palindrome is a word that read the same in both directions. Don't consider whether the letters are uppercase or lowercase.
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The way of the Samurai
Display the following: 日本語
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Sam I Am
Display all possible combinations of the words "Sam", "I", "Am". Hint: There are 6 combinations. You need to display each combination on a new line. Do not separate the words. Example: IAmSam AmSamI ... Use either the System.out.printf() or String.format() method to generate the strings.