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Title: What is considered a site issue
Post by: bruins0001 on September 20, 2003, 09:54:51 PM
WHAT  KIND OF QUESTION CAN IASK WITHOUT MY PUNCTUATION AND OR SPELLING , AND MY " SO CALLED PROGRAMING LINGO "  PUT DOMN
I NO IAM A NEWBIE  AND TRULY NEED HELP I DO MY OWN RESEARCH
 AND I DONT ASK ANY ONE TO DO MY PROGRAM FOR ME
I DO LIKE THIS FORUM ITS ONE OF THE  BETTER DESIGNED FORUMS
  I HAVE BEEN ON  AND I WILL BE BACK ALL IAM ASKING FOR IS A LITTLE  UNDERSTADING AND HELP   THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME  AND FEEDBACK    ...


Title: What is considered a site issue
Post by: Sterling Christensen on September 20, 2003, 10:51:15 PM
It's a site issue when it concerns qbasicnews.com, this board, etc...

There are lots of people here that would be happy to answer your questions, but you'll get a much more positive response if you try to make your posts a little easier on the eyes.

Please don't take this the wrong way. I'm not trying to put you down or insult you. It's just contructive criticism - take it as a helpful suggestion.


Title: What is considered a site issue
Post by: Mech1031 on September 20, 2003, 11:49:10 PM
just give it to him strait, he can take it, no need to sugar coat it...

A:  I AM N00B THAT N33DS HLP PLZ!!!???
B:  Hi, i'm new here.  Can you help me out please?

now, which one is better...
thats what i thought :wink:


Title: What is considered a site issue
Post by: Moneo on September 21, 2003, 01:23:59 AM
BRUINS,
Take the well-meaning advice of Sterling and Mech. We're here to help you, so put a little effort on your part. Ok? :wink:

PS: This forum is not only one of "the better designed forums", its strength lies in the wonderful, knowledgeable people that are members here.
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