I suggest you read the comments to the OP before the question is closed.
At one point the OP ... responding to comments ... writes:
What are you talking about? this is my first program that I am trying to write. I've only been studying C# for a few weeks and as it is mid term I can't speak with anyone in my class for guidance. I was only asking for some advice there's no need to berate me for being new to this area of study, I'm sure you were a beginner at some stage.
Of course, one could take the position that it is the OP's responsibility that they waited until the mid-term to get started, and, further, that the question is of debatable appropriateness/value because it gives no evidence the OP has even started trying to write code.
But, since it's not quite Halloween yet in any corner of the globe, does the OP's whatever deserve being called a "horror" ?
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A lot of people on code project make horrors for newbies not thinking they are new to Cp or even to programming.I have experienced something like that earlier and i had left Cp for months now also i am experiencing same
Pete, I really feel that this guy is more of a liability than an asset.
I get that there's a tendency to want to maintain quality here. To me, that's enshrined in the articles and tips. True that there are sometimes really dumb questions on QA. I'll often have a stab at getting the poster to improve the question and how, OG is especially good at this practice. I hope that I'm never perceived as rude, although (true Brit as I am) I am direct. SA is frequently rude and aggressive and, worse, he often doesn't fully read the question. He berated me recently for pointing out a C++ error in a posting that had both VB and C++ ridiculing me for using C syntax in a VB post.
A better home for him, IMO, is SO where the quality of the questions and answers is everything. There's no doubting his technical abilities, but his attitude sucks. CP is a much friendlier and more collaborative place than SO. I use both as a resource, but my "home" is here!
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