I'm a first-time poster. I meant to ask my question on the mobile discussion board, but I accidentally added it to Quick Answers instead. Now I'm thinking that maybe Quick Answers is the right place after all. If it's not, how do I move it? Or do I delete it from Quick Answers (is that possible?) and repost it on the mobile discussion board?
People who post the question on forum, sometime they ask for the whole source code, like they give order others to provide them the code.
So please add this (if you find it appropriate to add) in the Rules: "Don't directly ask for the source code without trying anything at all. This QA forum doesn't work like that. We don't provide order to code service."
I will post answer in this forums,the answer also accepted who's question posted here,but i don't know somebody devoted for my answer,so pls get some description for what propose devoted answer then devoted answer.I mean if member click first star then popup small window allow to member type what wrong in solution and that description must appear below the solution with some identification(like devoted icons).So only answered member know the correct reason for answer downvoted,
Dont simply reduce the point with "Answer Downvoted" in Reputation History.I will expect reply or updation in code project website
I've been getting some great help and suggestions and feedback about my code techniques/writing…
I find myself wanting to reply to everybody that has been helping me, but… I haven't found anywhere during my questions/Gen. discussions a link to do this…
I'm fairly new to code project, I replied one time trying to help a fellow… Apparently my reply went to someone who had replied on the question… This person wrote back to me and told me I have to click on the original posters reply Link, otherwise he will not receive/read it… A little tedious, but… Make sense.
In my own questions/original post, it would be nice to be able to reply to everybody all at once that is helping.
Maybe the option is already there and I just don't know where it is?
I might need to see an example, but the way the notification system works is that if you reply to a specific thread, that author of that thread gets an email notification about it. If you're making a generic reply to everyone, starting a new thread or replying to your own might be ideal.
The question appears only for you. Go to your questions, and log out. Then you don't longer will see the deleted question. If you log on, you'll see the deleted question. If you want to hide deleted posts, then click on the 'Show Only Publicly Available Posts' link.
Hope this helps.
The quick red ProgramFOX jumps right over the Lazy<Dog>.
I have a tree like structure.Can you please help for making the tree. I didn't find any example for this. I have one parent and there so many children and there childer is horizontal and vertical.it has infinite process.Please help me.If possible Thanks in advance
Picture is more informative in many cases then describing a problem. Can I add HTML tags in order to colorize my text. There may be a special tool on the page but I don't know about that. Thanks in advance.
I postes a question and was lucky to find the solution on my own later. So I posted it as a solution so that others can participate. This solution was deleted, I think because poster and solutioner were the same person. Then, for the first time, I discovered the "I've solved this myself!" button. So I cklicked it and posted the solution again and marked the question as solved.
Was this the right way? Because I do not see any tag at the solution that says something like "solved by the questioner".
"I've solved this myself" is indeed the button you use if that is the case. I suppose answering the question yourself might have confused members, but I don't believe answers to your own questions should be deleted.
You can see my comments and the point that I am trying to make. My only point is if links are just to give direction to the QP and doesn't answer his question, why aren't they posted as a "Comment or a Suggestion". That is what's been happening in most cases including top experts.
Thats certainly not right.
Please advise. Your interest will be appreciated.
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