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Thread: Paying for simple questions.

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    I have an assignment due soon and i'm not all that confident on my ability to write java programs.. at least not at the level my class is at. I'm willing to pay $5 paypal a question if you help me get it done and walk me through it as we go so I can learn a bit. I believe these questions will be simple since this is an assignment just a month in to a intro to java course..


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    Default Re: Paying for simple questions.

    I'm willing to do it. do you have skype?

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    Default Re: Paying for simple questions.

    What is your msn?

    Mine is:

    kmjt@live.ca

    I don't have skype unfortunately.

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    Default Re: Paying for simple questions.

    To the original poster: while you may have found an easy way out this time, don't expect this to be the case anytime in the future. In fact, you are more than likely hurting your future more so than helping it in taking this approach. Further, I doubt your school condones this type of behavior, and in fact would quite possibly kick you out because of it. If you want a tutor, fine. But asking someone to do the assignment for you is downright cheating, a behavior not condoned by these forums.

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    Default Re: Paying for simple questions.

    @Copeg. I didn't just give him the answers. I actually tutored him.

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    Default Re: Paying for simple questions.

    Quote Originally Posted by Brt93yoda View Post
    @Copeg. I didn't just give him the answers. I actually tutored him.
    Good to hear.

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