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    school project due by 30th april , PM me offers please


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    Default Re: Will pay for help

    I would predict you'd be better off just doing this the honest way- making a valid attempt and posting public questions about what you're doing.

    This forum isn't really intended to be used to find people willing to do your homework for a fee. Even if you can find somebody willing to do it, the type of people willing to do so are not the kind of people you want writing code anyway.

    What you're doing is cheating and could get you into a lot of trouble.
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    Default Re: Will pay for help

    For paid Java support, visit - LivePerson Java Support.
    These guys can tutor you to help you complete this yourself.
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    Thanks , in my situation my uni has made java programming compulsory for the first year students in all computer fields , i have to pass the subject for the 1st year to move on to year 2 where i dont have to do java, the thing is i have no interest in programming , i came here to uni to study my chosen field which is network management which is a job which requires zero programming experience , it just frustrates me that i have to pass something which i have zero interest in or which i will not encounter in a real world situation
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    in my situation my uni has made java programming compulsory for the first year students in all computer fields , i have to pass the subject for the 1st year to move on to year 2 where i dont have to do java, the thing is i have no interest in programming , i came here to uni to study my chosen field which is network management which is a job which requires zero programming experience , it just frustrates me that i have to pass something which i have zero interest in or which i will not encounter in a real world situation
    Sorry but I must interject my own .02. I've had a lot of education, have taken courses that don't even remotely apply to my field of expertise: and with each one of those courses I had gained experiences and skill sets that - directly or indirectly - helped me in my field of study. Whether it frustrates you or not, it is important to study things which are seemingly unrelated to what you want to study: to say you don't want to do it is one thing - to cheat your way through is just plain wrong.

    I am locking this thread.

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