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He's commenting on the irony of asking people to do the work for a website that is intended to get people to do all the work.
If you want a more fruitful response, you need to ask more specific questions (i.e tell people what exactly you are trying to achieve, where you are stuck and what you have tried). People will be willing to help you but you appear to be asking for an entire solution.
Also, you will receive better responses in the programming forums Quick Answers[^]. This is the Lounge and is intended for lazing about, joking and talking garbage.
"CP" meaning here (Code Project). I would tell them you're not interested as their site is unethical. Ask them how they'd feel if the doctor about to do surgery on them gained his qualifications via cheating and doesn't actually have the required skills to do the job?
The site to which you gave us the link is run by a bunch of unethical low lifes and represents exactly what CP sanctions in it's own community CodeProject Plagiarism FAQ[^]. Why would you be considering assisting them? Why do you think they need you at all if they are "programming experts"? You are being humoured by lounge participants because it is a Friday.
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