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#ActualL. Spiro

Posted 30 October 2012 - 09:23 PM

Every time I see, from the list of topics, a topic started by phil67rpg, I put my hand to my forehead and look down, not dissimilar to this:
Posted Image


I already know what is inside before I click it:
  • A code dump.
    • Without [CODE] tags.
  • 1 or 2 sentences explaining what he wants to happen.
    • But not what actually happens.
  • No actual question.
So this time I bet my friend that the contents of this topic would be as per my expectations.
I just won $1 (approximately).


I tend to just stay away from these topics because just reading them frustrates me.

phil67rpg, you can read any other topic anywhere else on the forum to see how a proper question looks, what it contains, the fact that code is inside [CODE] tags, etc.
You have been here long enough to have actually seen other topics before, so there is no excuse for the way you ask questions.


Even after you were asked to actually ask a question, you didn’t!
You just explained what you want, not what actually happens, and there was no question. Twice!
How hard is it to ask a question? Check any other post. You have literally 10’s of thousands of examples.

There are even places you could check online that are meant to specifically help you learn how to ask questions.
http://www.google.co... Ask a Question


Thank you for the $1, but I couldn’t help you even if I tried. No one can.
You don’t know how to ask for help. You give no information at all that someone could use to help you. Every. Single. Time.

Others are obviously just as frustrated by it.
Until you learn how to ask questions…


L. Spiro

#2L. Spiro

Posted 30 October 2012 - 09:23 PM

Every time I see, from the list of topics, a topic started by phil67rpg, I put my hand to my forehead and look down, not dissimilar to this:
Posted Image


I already know what is inside before I click it:
  • A code dump.
    • Without [CODE] tags.
  • 1 or 2 sentences explaining what he wants to happen.
    • But not what actually happens.
  • No actual question.
So this time I bet my friend that the contents of this topic would be as my expectations.
I just won $1 (approximately).


I tend to just stay away from these topics because just reading them frustrates me.

phil67rpg, you can read any other topic anywhere else on the forum to see how a proper question looks, what it contains, the fact that code is inside [CODE] tags, etc.
You have been here long enough to have actually seen other topics before, so there is no excuse for the way you ask questions.


Even after you were asked to actually ask a question, you didn’t!
You just explained what you want, not what actually happens, and there was no question. Twice!
How hard is it to ask a question? Check any other post. You have literally 10’s of thousands of examples.

There are even places you could check online that are meant to specifically help you learn how to ask questions.
http://www.google.co... Ask a Question


Thank you for the $1, but I couldn’t help you even if I tried. No one can.
You don’t know how to ask for help. You give no information at all that someone could use to help you. Every. Single. Time.

Others are obviously just as frustrated by it.
Until you learn how to ask questions…


L. Spiro

#1L. Spiro

Posted 30 October 2012 - 09:20 PM

Every time I see, from the list of topics, a topic started by phil67rpg, I put my hand to my forehead and look down, not dissimilar to this:
Posted Image


I already know what is inside before I click it:
  • A code dump.
    • Without [[bold][/bold]CODE] tags.
  • 1 or 2 sentences explaining what he wants to happen.
    • But not what actually happens.
  • No actual question.
So this time I bet my friend that the contents of this topic would be as my expectations.
I just won $1 (approximately).


I tend to just stay away from these topics because just reading them frustrates me.

phil67rpg, you can read any other topic anywhere else on the forum to see how a proper question looks, what it contains, the fact that code is inside [[bold][/bold]CODE] tags, etc.
You have been here long enough to have actually seen other topics before, so there is no excuse for the way you ask questions.


Even after you were asked to actually ask a question, you didn’t!
You just explained what you want, not what actually happens, and there was no question. Twice!
How hard is it to ask a question? Check any other post. You have literally 10’s of thousands of examples.

There are even places you could check online that are meant to specifically help you learn how to ask questions.
http://www.google.com/search?q=How+to+Ask+a+Question


Thank you for the $1, but I couldn’t help you even if I tried. No one can.
You don’t know how to ask for help. You give no information at all that someone could use to help you. Every. Single. Time.

Others are obviously just as frustrated by it.
Until you learn how to ask questions…


L. Spiro

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