fred rosenberger wrote:does it compile? does it run? what happens when you run it?
Campbell Ritchie wrote:Because I have seen the sort of rubbish posted on the net. Because I have seen people believe the bad stuff, or misinterpret the good stuff.
Mark Ii wrote:. . . Sir, Why are you being so pessimistic?
I am not being pessimistic, but realistic.But you didn't say that in the post I quoted.
What I wanted to say is that I know Google doesn't always give you a valid answer.But that takes time, more time than our beginners have got.
But once you practice with coding from valid tutorials and try, finally you will be able to pick and choose what answer is the best one. . . .
Will delete the accidental duplications.
Campbell Ritchie wrote:That is the one bit of iffy advice amongst lots of good adice. You never know whether a web search will return something good or something bad, and there is so much bad code out there that beginners may pick the wrong post
Mark Ii wrote:. . . And try to find answers by googling.Of course that helps We shall tell you soon enough whether your code is good o bad
Post your question about the problem here. Hope it helps.