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I like how people here show others they make mistakes, which is completely acceptable, but the people pointing can't put up with others showing them their mistakes.

If you'd be interviewing me, I'd have a ton more other problems done by now and be older by at least 7 years than what I currently am, which as you can probably tell now, I'm not. This isn't an interview prep what I'm doing, it's just simple learning. But how lucky that most people need a push to learn and then consider that everyone else needs a push to learn.

If you'd be my teacher, I'd probably be in faculty or University, which I'm 3-4 years away from.

So, maybe try and relax. If you have anything that would teach me something useful regarding my question, go ahead and say it. Otherwise, if you don't like me or my question, just don't bother to reply and get me and others angry and frustrated just because you are.

If you were my teacher, by me telling you this, I'd get an E right now, am I right? Because I didn't obey orders. I'm not here to be told what to do, I was here to learn. Not anymore. Thanks for teaching me that this forum sucks for learning.

If you want to be a good teacher, maybe keep an open mind.
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