When searching for messages, I get some results from 2004 and 2005. Clicking on them takes me to the first page of the Lounge and not the page in question. If these pages aren't meant to be accessible anymore, they shouldn't appear in the search results. Otherwise, this is a bug.
Also, it appears clicking on them switches my view from Noraml to Open All.
I don't get it.
When clicking 'Alternative' i do not see how to add an existing article. The only option i have is
'Add your own alternative version' which starts the editor. How do i add an existing article (not necessarily my own) as an alternative?
Second, it would be great to see immediately how many alternative articles are linked. Like the 'Revision (3)' link does. It shows the number in parenthesis.
When answering a question please:
Read the question carefully.
Understand that English isn't everyone's first language so be lenient of bad spelling and grammar.
If a question is poorly phrased then either ask for clarification, ignore it, or edit the question and fix the problem.
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This is the caption i found in code project. But one person insulted me when i asked a single line question.
Is this insulting is allowed in code project????
i felt very bad yesterday.... becoz i'm a fresher in dotnet and newer to this site.
why this thing is deleted???????????????????
But one person insulted me when i asked a single line question.
I'd expect that; customers ask single-line questions, a (aspiring) developer should be able to describe a problem, the expected result and the actual result, if possible in an unambiguous way.
Meaning, if you post a simple one-liner, people will see a question without any effort. Since the site is visited by volunteers, we help where each of us thinks is best. Some of the questions here are merely fishing for code, without putting in any time of their own - you can guess that most people are here to "help others", not to do others people work. It's fun if you can solve a problem, less fun if you're just doing someone's work.
Next time, add in a sentence describing what you're doing, what you tried, what you expected. I'll bet you a banana that you'll get better responses.
What was your question about, if I may ask?
why this thing is deleted???????????????????
You can vote on any post here. If enough people mark something as "spam", "abuse" or similar, it is deleted by the system.
i felt very bad yesterday.... becoz i'm a fresher in dotnet and newer to this site
Don't. It's not personal, merely a reaction of the audience. Post something different, you'll get a different reaction.
Bastard Programmer from Hell
if you can't read my code, try converting it here[^]
But one person insulted me when i asked a single line question. Is this
insulting is allowed in code project????
From what I can gather from your other posts on this topic, it looks like you responded in kind. I'm sorry, but you have insulted the other poster as well, so you haven't exactly embraced the spirit of the thing you quoted either, have you?
why this thing is deleted??????????????????? Who deleted???????
The only thing I can see any evidence of deletion is your comments in reply. I can only assume they were deleted because they were deemed to be excessively insulting.
You might want to read this[^] article to get an understanding of what people expect from questions in forums - follow the guidelines and you should avoid people attacking your questions.
*pre-emptive celebratory nipple tassle jiggle* - Sean Ewington
It looks like you have had comments deleted, unless n.podbielsk has replied to himself. My guess is someone with a high reputation score found your replies unacceptable. AFAICT n.podbielsk's comments, while slightly sarcastic, were not abusive.
Questions such as yours are very common on this site (and others). You, as a Questioner, have responsibilities too:
You must give a full explanation of what it is you tried, and what isn't working
If you are having problems getting started and can't do the above, state that you are having problems with this. Only do this after you have exhausted Google as a possible source of help.
Read the various pieces of guidance on this site about how to ask a question. You managed to find the guidance about answering one easily enough
Pretty much everyone here is a volunteer. If you ask short questions, especially ones where there is no evidence (you may of course have spent hours on this, we can't tell) of effort your part, then members here will assume you just want your work done for you. If this is the case people will post replies such as n.podbielsk's.
Project download link are not working here, browser don't open that page it just continue downloading .....If i use some downloader to download, then it just download the login aspx pwge, ans i am alreay login to the website.
and Also hwo to login to codeproject at java phone.
This idea is based on my response to comments in another thread.
It was recommended to elevate this to its own thread.
Significant part of comments (Peter_in_2780) in other thread:
I was somewhat p****ed off this morning by a noob. (At least I think it was, the evidence is gone now.) Late last night my time he asked a "why does this blow up" question with a 50-odd line chunk of code in it and the error message. So far so good.
I spotted a probem about 10 lines from the top, and pointed it out in a comment. My intention was to convert the comment to an answer if it looked OK in the light of day, and any received comments.
I received two comments (according to the emails), one saying "good one. convert to solution" and the other from OP saying "that was it. solved"
OP then DELETED the question (with comments) so it can't go down as solved.
Perhaps there should be a set of conditions where the OP is allowed to delete the question. If not met, they can only request it be deleted by someone with sufficient "authority". I don't know what the conditions should be... ;)