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Thread: Hello, friends! Renamed to "'bye, friends!"

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    Default Hello, friends! Renamed to "'bye, friends!"

    I was a poster at the CodeRanch and my experience there was very poor - I drew to myself a lot of bullies, so-called experts, who can't program. I didn't want them, but they were just around me.

    So they say, �� "We won't program for you. You have to learn programming, yourself."

    Edited after Supermod's reply: Why should I want someone to program for me? I expect only that the codes which I post be run and the errors pointed out! In a way that I learn.

    Why should I join a forum as a newbie, if I knew how to program, myself? I would, but not as a newbie, but as a helper, gradually building up my reputation!

    I posted a supposedly easy problem(for experts) at coderanch, but no tangible solutions were posted, not even indications! I posted the complete codes, but the experienced programmers did not even bother to run the codes on their systems to see where the program failed. Or so they said! They said they were experts, so they could identify faults merely by looking!

    I have since solved the problem myself! And found out that the stalwarts there did not even come close to solving the issue.

    Hope my stay here will be pleasant, and there are good programmers here! Once I have gathered experience I shall contribute by helping back others!

    Regards,
    Rajib
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    Default Re: Hello, friends!

    "We won't program for you. You have to learn programming, yourself."
    Sorry, that is true of a lot of sites, including this one.

    Try the StackOverflow site if you want others to write your code.
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    Default Re: Hello, friends!

    Ha, ha, ha! Why highlight only a non-essential portion of my post? I've edited my earlier post to make it clearer.

    The essential parts lie here:
    Quote Originally Posted by rajibando
    I drew to myself a lot of bullies, so-called experts, who can't program.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rajibando
    I posted a supposedly easy problem(for experts) at coderanch, but no tangible solutions were posted, not even indications! I posted the complete codes, but the experienced programmers did not even bother to run the codes on their systems to see where the program failed. Or so they said! They said they were experts, so they could identify faults merely by looking!

    I have since solved the problem myself! And found out that the stalwarts there did not even come close to solving the issue.
    Without seeking help from Stackoverflow!

    But I have received my lesson here straightaway! That excessive testosterone screws up peoples' minds and unnecessarily makes them experience threats even on trivial issues.

    Please remove my membership. I shall not visit again! :-)
    Last edited by rajibando; September 20th, 2017 at 09:24 PM.

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    Default Re: Hello, friends!

    You will have to find a forum that provides the responses you expect.
    Good luck.

    Have you looked at studying to be a lawyer?
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    Default 'bye, friends!

    Ha, ha, ha! What you only lack is asking for voluntary payments, for your providing "Free Services"!

    Then, gradually over time, convert those payments to mandatory payments, and from those mandatory payments to Taxes, whether the services are wanted or not! That was what the bullies did!

    Please refer back to post #1.

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    Default Re: Hello, friends! Renamed to "'bye, friends!"

    Q.E.D.
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