Quote:Well, your advices are good but I can`t lose my scholarship, so if there`s a volunteer to help with a code, + to your karma
There are several problems here:
1) You clearly have misunderstood karma. We wouldn't get good karma for doing something that would add bad karma to someone else's total - We would know we were helping you cheat and cheating doesn't add good karma at all, does it? So we'd get bad karma, you'd get bad karma, and where is the point in that?
2) If we hand you code, you don't learn anything: you learn by doing, not by looking (if you even read the code before handing it in, which I doubt) so we would be contributing to your lack of education! Argh! More bad karma!
3) If you don't learn from this exercise, then the next one is even harder to do, because that's what homework is there for: it builds on what you learned from previous exercises assuming that you fully understand it. So the next exercise is more difficult for you to do, so you are more likely to have to get someone else to do it for you, and yet more bad karma is generated for everyone involved.
4) Your scholarship is no use to you if you fail the course - which you will if you get to the end unable to actually do simple tasks like this in the final exam. And right there is even more bad karma for us!
5) You do realize that your teachers are fully aware of sites like this and do check you submissions for plagiarism - and a good way to get dismissed from your scholarship early is by cheating: handing in someone's else's work and claiming it as your own. And that really easy to spot when you have a little experience. Oh oh ... more bad karma for us!
All in all, the best thing that we can do is tell you to try and do it yourself - because that does generate good karma by doing the best thing in the long run for you!
So that's what I'm doing: telling you to try it for yourself. What's the worst that can happen?