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    Great. Now what happens when your "brother" gets the next assignment, which will build on the concepts that were supposed to be learned? More begging and cheating?

    And what about the assignment after that? And the progressively difficult assignments that come after those?

    Not a very smart strategy you have there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by enderulusoy View Post
    This is his problem yes, but just try to be a part of the solution or please don't be the part of the problem. I don't think like you. I'm a senior system administrator (linux) but never refuse a request like this. your knowledge is nothing if you don't help people with it. if I need advice of course I can get from lots of people (but not from you) .
    the problem is that the one that is suppose to be doing this it being too lazy to pay attention in class, or is having a really really hard time comprehending this, if that is the case, he or she might want to strongly consider picking a different hobby to learn, to try and make money at it,

    as I find it really hard to believe that he or she was not shown how to use a loop and not told about arrays or how to declare variables and how they work, nor given class time to work with them as well to get an understanding of how they work.

    IF he or she cannot even try to put to use what was covered and put the pieces together to make it work, which is what that homework assignments is all about. how to make an arrays, loops and that means to gather input from the terminal. work together. using the methods that were put in place to control them.

    Instead of just submitting ones homework , asking for help, and hoping someone else will do all of the work for them. Then accusing ones in here of the ones being the problem to this situation that was created by the other. trying to guilt trip others into doing that person or your work for them.
    Last edited by userxbw; 12-14-2017 at 09:40 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matticus View Post
    Great. Now what happens when your "brother" gets the next assignment, which will build on the concepts that were supposed to be learned? More begging and cheating?

    And what about the assignment after that? And the progressively difficult assignments that come after those?

    Not a very smart strategy you have there.
    He won't take this class next term and unfortunately, it's a mandatory this year. He doesn't want to interest with programming languages. Please read carefully then write.Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by enderulusoy View Post
    He won't take this class next term and unfortunately, it's a mandatory this year. He doesn't want to interest with programming languages. Please read carefully then write.Thank you.
    If it's mandatory, then there's probably a reason for it.
    Even if not, it does not excuse cheating.

    There's nothing else really left to say here, so you can go away now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by enderulusoy View Post
    He won't take this class next term and unfortunately, it's a mandatory this year. He doesn't want to interest with programming languages. Please read carefully then write.Thank you.
    My friend doesn't believe you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by enderulusoy View Post
    He won't take this class next term and unfortunately, it's a mandatory this year. He doesn't want to interest with programming languages. Please read carefully then write.Thank you.
    tell that lazy person to use his fingers to Google it I know he will find the answer even if he has to learn how to piece it together from the mass of information on line. At lest then he just might learn a little bit about how to use his mind to figure out how to do something. instead of trying to get others to do all of his work for him. His his name by any chance tom sawyer?

    you being a system admin for Linux you have to have some knowledge of BASH so just do it in BASH script then translate for him.
    Last edited by userxbw; 12-14-2017 at 09:53 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by enderulusoy
    I got the homework done BTW. If requested I can post it here. Someone sends me the soution.
    Okay. Since we're not a homework providing service, you can keep on going to your source where you got someone else to do your homework for you. Bye.
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