no, i suppose my next thread should be:Quote:
Now make sure the next topic you make won't be named "Why do people like olives?".
Are programmers still Human?
citizen, what is recycle?
If you don't like something, that simply means you don't like it. It does not mean there's anything wrong with it.
i accept that.Quote:
They are people. But that doesn't mean they like the same things as you do. People are different, accept that.
also even if they like the same thing as i do, they still may not like to share it with me anyway, since, for the most of it, they came to this board for an entirely different purpose!
and about the coding styles, it's better that, i stop saying anything!
In this context - recycle: v. to use again.
They are just forgetting that a little while ago they were the ones doing the questions and, more often than not, just like you, they didn't understand enough of the programming language to judge the relative value of these questions.
Personally, the simple fact you are worried with coding styles, the presentational aspects of your code, and basic coding strategies, reveals to me you are in the right path. Ask away and try to filter what good answers you get and just ignore the rest of the self conceited noise. (An advise I not always follow, but wish I did.)
In C++ you often find that a class calls a function in another class, which calls a function in another class, and so on. If all levels of calls here "do nothing but call the next level", one must ask if all these class levels are needed.