i checked my mail and found one notification with regard to a reply in one of the threads (which i started), (the error in the SCJP book)
but as soon as i clicked the link it showd something like "i don't have access to the page"!
and also cudn't find the thread in the SCJP forum! do i have the right to know from the mods what happened exactly and where did that thread disappear?
Okay, it looks like the topic was moderated because of implied copyright violations. Normally, this is just cleaned up, but since the discussion looks completed, this was probably why the topic was just trashed.
alryt! but i just asked a question in that (late) thread.. about reporting errors in the book! but the thread was deleted even b4 i cud saw who replied (if any). if i violated anything then atleast i expect an warning or something like that (through a PM maybe).
deepak giri, please use real words when posting to the forums. Abbreviations such as "b4" in place of "before" and "cud" in place of "could" only serve to make your posts more difficult to read and less likely to generate useful responses.
I publish what I like. Which is nearly everything that is submitted.
There have been some things that I choose to not publish. I used to tell the author about this choice. And in nearly every case, the author took the time to point out my mental deficiencies, poor heritage and generally unacceptable wickedness.
So, I've come to the point where I just don't say anything.
If you are not comfortable with this, I understand if you will choose to not submit stuff for publication on this site anymore.
well, i got the point what you're trying to convey. (though still i say, i never 'wanted' to publish anything unwanted in this site) (its just that i'm very much new, so don't know much of what is acceptable here (and what not)...)
and also, its not that i'm not reading the "rules & regulations" for posting in this site.. but i'm little lazy in doing that all in one go
thanks for your reply though!
(and to Bear Bibeault.. i'll mind those "abbreviations" from next time. )