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Thread: hello!

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    Default hello!

    how you guys doing today? quite well I hope.. well here is a little about me! Im 17, live in northern ontario and I love knowing how things work. I love everything from coding to mechanical engineering and even to biology. I've joined this website as an attempt to find some friendly coders out there who may appreciate my work and motivate me to do more, sadly nobody gives a flying spaghetti monster about code where I come from, which is a shame cause they are missing loads of fun!

    oh , heres some picuters of my previous work it it'll let me upload them..

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    Default Re: hello!

    Welcome to the forum! Thanks for taking the time to learn how to post code correctly. If you haven't already, please read this topic to learn other useful info for new members.

    Most who frequent here share your joy of coding, tinkering, figuring out how things work, but most visitors are students just trying to make it past the current challenge. Good luck!