If you have an urgent question the best people to ask are your fellow classmates or if you can get a hold of them, the teaching staff for your class. Online forum members are not always available to answer your question no matter how urgent or dire your situation is, particularly since most online forums (including this one) operate on a voluntary membership, i.e. we help people cause we want to when we can, not because we're being force to or being paid.
This forum also does not provide you with solutions to your homework assignments. We will assist you on specific problems you run into while trying to solve your homework problem (usually by trying to direct your thoughts, suggest reading material, or by giving answers to "trivial" problems), but many members expect some demonstration of effort on your part to try and solve the problem.
This can include any or all of the following:
1. Code (a Short, Self Contained, Correct (Compilable), Example, see Short, Self Contained, Correct Example
2. What the issue is (are you getting a compile error, incorrect results, etc. Include information such as the inputs used and the actual vs. expected outputs)
3. Any other constructive thoughts on the problem you may have, such as questions on if something functions by a description you give, or why something works a particular way.
As a general rule of thumb, avoid any sense of "urgency" in your online posts. Everyone want their problems solved as quickly as possible. To someone who is willing to try to help you solve your problems the appearance of urgency is saying that your expecting their help more than they could be helping anyone else, and may detract them from wanting to help you at all. Often times claims to urgency or immediate need are not perceived as truthful, either, further hurting your situation of receiving help. Again, if something is truly urgent (something that needs to be fixed in less than 24 hours), an online forum is NOT
the place to be looking first for solutions at.