Actually we help people in our free time. But still that itself will help a lot.
Welcome by the way. It's admirable the way you have asked for help. Don't let yourself down because there is no teacher for you. You can still substitute it by having online tutorials and asking questions here when you are stuck. Do remember that you should try something before asking.
Thank you for the link and your encouragement. Actually I've been in programming for quite a while so am not absolutely not going to start from scratch. I've been till now seeking help of books(like Wrox and Blackbook from libraries and free-ebooks). I used to do C and C++ programming as well. But owing to huge pressure of my class 10 boards and pressure from surroundings I am unable to go far away for learning. Previously I got a chance to study at a CMC institution at absolutely free of cost and that where I learned C and C++ programming and started off with c#. I've developed a few stand-alone applications using C# like those required by small companies using .NET 3.5 and SQL SERVER 2005 and access database. But I couldn't continue further as the CMC institution dissolved and I am wandering helpless. I would be highly grateful to you if you kindly guide me as to how to progress. I am willing to work hard and even harder but I just need someone to put me in the right way.
You are still at the level where you can read and study - so please, pick up a good book on the programming language and go through it. You will learn all the concepts that (if you go through the book well) will stay with you for times to come.
Yes you are correct I did mean Aus but as this is almost definitely a draw now I think it actually favours SA that Clarke did this in this game rather than any other game.
Abhinav S wrote:
I always think good test cricket like this is better than any shorter format of the game.
I paticulary enjoy the games that are in AUS as they start at midnight over here, so I put them on and go to sleep to them, and I keep up with them in my dreams, occasionally waking to watch 10 mins before I drift off again. This will be similar to how I plan to follow ENG v IND which will start at 3.30am here.
When Tests are on in England I don't see much as I'm at work or want to spend the time with the kids at the weekend.
Both Amla and Kallis did quite well too.
The probability of another 100 is the highest in the case of Amla and then perhaps Kallis (both before Clarke), so I think you have the right balance.
I would still think if you can squeeze in Clarke he will give you another 100 points but the other two are better bets.