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    Talking Mr. Hill's Programming Class Post Here

    A good programmer is not a person who knows everything. That is impossible. A good programmer, however, knows where to look to FIND the solution to a problem. That solution may be found in a reference book, previous code examples, etc. That solution may also come from a programming community like this one.

    For this reason, my first quarter students have been assigned to register for certain programming message boards, use the search feature to find my thread, and post there to show that they found it.

    Mr. Hill
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    yes yes we already know Mr. Hill.... we're not like Larry and Beth whereas me and Dan already know what we're doing. if you weren't such an Eric Clapton fan you'd realize how well adversed in internet usage we are no da ^_^;;;;


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    Larry H. was here.

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    Jeremy C was here.

    (side note to Mr. Hill - you don't have to register to post or search here)

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    Cool So true :)

    I would have to agree with kenshin-himura , ohh and by the way .....PROFESSOR CHAOS SHALL RULE OVER THE FEEBLE MINDED FOOLS OF EARTH !

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    Thumbs down Yea I Looked At This

    Ummm yea.... John B Was Here...

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    (side note to Mr. Hill - you don't have to register to post or search here)
    Thank you kindly for the quick response. I've passed your info on to my class. (Most msgboards I hang out on require registration).

    Mr. Hill

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    It's not a problem - I'm just letting you know - enjoy the boards...

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    In my humble opinion, I am doing just fine.

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    cmoore

    humans make tasty treats for dragons. rats are not ment to take over the earth in the near future but they will eat their weight in food.

    may you humans have a good day.

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    Wouldn't it make more sense for them to find you on one of the programming boards? Unless you're programming backflips on ATVs or pro-anti Iraq war opinions.

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    >>programming backflips on ATVs

    lmfao. No i see why he did it here, because of the content of the post it was general, it technically would be mis-posted spam in a c++ forum. Why not post in c++ sections a problem for them to solve?

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    >>mis-posted spam in a c++ forum
    You're presuming they're learning C++, which may not be the case..

    I'd suggest some reading needs to be done, like the guidelines and FAQs, with the first test being how to ask a smart question and use code tags.

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    Oh yeah, welcome to the forums, too
    When all else fails, read the instructions.
    If you're posting code, use code tags: [code] /* insert code here */ [/code]

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    Hi guys,

    I'm glad to see there are people out there who know that learning to search for answers is more important than learning a bunch of semi-useful facts.

    Look at my signature and follow the "smart questions" link to get a basic understanding of programming messageboards We can get somewhat harsh at times, but it's just they way internet communication works.

    And the most important part: have fun !
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    When in doubt, read the FAQ.
    Then ask a smart question.

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    Thumbs up I like it

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    That solution may be found in a reference book, previous code examples, etc. That solution may also come from a programming community like this one.
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    Very good idea.


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