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Retribution to correct a project doesn t work

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    Retribution to correct a project doesn t work

    I have a project on image processing. It doesn' t work. It s finished, but I don' t understand how correct the error. the project is very short, about 300 lines. The project come from a work (it works well) in Matlab and so I did a sort of translation from Matlab I have a documentation that explain what to do too and I can explain what t do.
    Knowledge of : OpenCV,C++ and eventually Matlab

    Contact to : residentelvio@gmail.com

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    Retribution to correct a project doesn t work
    O_o

    Some months ago an image processing tool was forged in the fires of Matlab. Only a little time has passes, but much has changed. The sins of C++ must not be forgotten!

    Our hero, Elvio, stands at the precipice of an unknown bug dominating all the lands.

    Elvio is lost, but only now for he will have REVENGE!

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    Is it so funny for you? Is it so funny my teacher of project doesn t know where is the error, so to obtain my degree I have to pay someone to correct my work to don t another project and less other 5 months? God bless your brain. Because you must be very smart and surely more intelligent of me, but if I were you , I had tryed to help a person needing help.
    BYE

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    If you're looking to pay someone to do the work, you should have posted in the Projects and Job Recruitment forum.

    I had a massive project going when I was in school. No single professor was able to help because it was a project that crossed many disciplines (group project - there were four of us, though only two of us did any real work - ah, such is school). I admit that we probably bit off more than we could chew with that project, but by the time we realized the scope, we were already locked in. I recall spending 12 hours a day, for several days in a row, just to get the code working with the hardware correctly (it was orders of magnitude more difficult than anything I had yet done, and the IDE was flaky and I lost all my work at one point - Xilinx ISE sucks badly).

    So no - your situation is not funny. Phantomotap's response was humorous, though. My point is, the blood, sweat, and time you spend completing what seems to be an impossible assignment is what will propel you to the next level. If you give up too easily and just pay someone to do the work for you, you are going to miss out on a tremendous experience boost.

    I can assure you that, in most cases, you will hit the same wall while working in the field after graduation. You'd best learn to handle it now, or your chances for success will diminish quickly.
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    Because you must be very smart and surely more intelligent of me, but if I were you , I had tryed to help a person needing help.
    O_o

    Well to be honest, I was only teasing you about using "retribution". You apparently don't natively speak English; I appreciate the probability, and I intended no offense.

    That said, I would have not helped regardless. If you were me, you'd know that we don't do homework as per policy.

    Matticus talks about the Projects and Job Recruitment board, but most of the people here capable of solving your problem feel much the same way I feel and would not do your work. We have enough garbage in the field; we don't do "degree for hire".

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    I'm not calling you garbage. I crashed my car while traveling to a major test. I know some people do have legitimate reasons to be behind, but you should be able to make a case to the appropriate people if you have a legitimate reason you are behind. I also had too many classes my second semester of university. I understand having too little time as well, but you should have dropped a class, or you should make the work up at a later point when you have more time. We are all well aware that sometimes life gets in the way, but we all had to cope with our lives while doing our job. We don't do "degree for hire" because we want people in our field who manage their lives while doing the work.
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    If you want to approach this in a different way, learn How To Ask Questions The Smart Way and post example code.

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    @Elvio Esposito dont worry mate... these sort of idiotic comments are expected from some people here who were probably the wimps and nerds in their schools..

    This forum is used by them to reduce some of All the frustration of having been a loser bookworm and beaten up throughout their lives...

    Plus they dont even have to use their real names or pics here and have made a secret contract to like each others dumb posts ...cowards


    im expecting an ambush for saying these facts from all the certified nerds here..bring it on..
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    Quote Originally Posted by theju112 View Post
    im expecting an ambush for saying these facts from all the certified nerds here..bring it on..
    Oh how i would kill to become a certified nerd

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