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    Private Message.

    Hello. I found no place to ask this question so I have posted it here. I want my username to be changed for privacy reasons. I tried to send a private message to webmaster but I was unable to do so. Once this happens, I have a C language question to post.

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    I've PM'ed webmaster for you.
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    What would you like your new username to be?

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    Quote Originally Posted by webmaster View Post
    What would you like your new username to be?
    Ubuntu2014

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    Done!

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    Quote Originally Posted by webmaster View Post
    Done!
    Initially I tried to login with my previous username but couldn't do so. I came to know about my new username because you replied to this thread and because I had subscribed to this thread. But what if I had not subscribed to this thread ? Then I might have lost access to the account. So, one suggestion : If someone's username is changed, that person should receive an email describing that.
    By the way, I thank you for changing the username.

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    You requested the change of username. If you subsequently couldn't login with your old username, logic would suggest trying the new username that you had requested. Even if you hadn't received notification.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ubuntu2014 View Post
    Initially I tried to login with my previous username but couldn't do so. I came to know about my new username because you replied to this thread and because I had subscribed to this thread. But what if I had not subscribed to this thread ? Then I might have lost access to the account. So, one suggestion : If someone's username is changed, that person should receive an email describing that.
    By the way, I thank you for changing the username.
    You could also have browsed back to this thread to check if your username was actually changed, and if not, try to email webmaster for support.
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    You mean it's included as a crutch to help ancient programmers limp along without them having to relearn too much.

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