Thread: Happy Holidays!

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    Happy Holidays!

    Hey,

    I wanted to take the time out to just say happy holidays to everyone who is active on this forum. In the past few years no other website on the internet has helped me understand more about programming, and its not as much about the content of the site itself, than it is about the users.

    When I was extremely new to programming the tactics of most users seemed nearly aggressive. "Properly indent!!" "If you don't post code we won't post code." There is definitely some tough love on this site that really will help develop a newbie into understanding the very language they are trying to understand.

    I wanted ya'll to know I appreciate that, and I'm sure alot of other beginners do as well.

    Happy Holidays!
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