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Thread: High School Java Programming Class

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    Default High School Java Programming Class


    Im in a class at my high school all about Java Programming. I really didn't want to be in it but my guidance counselor put me in it anyway. I need help doing labs on stacks and maps. I have attached the description of what to and the files. Please help ASAP. Please keep in mind that this is a high school class


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    Default Re: High School Java Programming Class

    I don't wish to be unkind, but I do wish to be blunt: your lack of desire to be in some class or other has no bearing on what help you might expect to recieve. You *can* expect plenty of help from sites like this, but there's an expectation that you'll describe your problem and post your code etc. Your work, remains *your* work, after all.

    If you don't want to be in the class, explain that to your counsellor. (He or she may have a bunch of "clients" as they pompously describe students, and may be under some legal obligation to put you *somewhere*, so it may take some explaining.) If you don't value what the class has to offer, fail it. Seriously. That would be the logical course of action. And if you don't want to fail it, do the work.

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