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by johan
on Aug 27, 2001 at 00:04 UTC ( #107978=perlquestion: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??
johan has asked for the wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question:

Hello, I need a script to randomly chose a picture from a bunch of pictures. The picture will be shown and the user can rate the picture. Same system like hot or not. Please help me Thanks, Johan

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Re: rating system
by jryan (Vicar) on Aug 27, 2001 at 00:37 UTC

    You already asked us this question, and you were told last time that we wouldn't do it. We don't like to be taken advantage of. We aren't going to write the script for you, we are busy people ourselves. However, if you write the script, and have problems, we would be happy to help you out. THAT is what we are here for :)

      Aarggh, I'm sorry. Last time my computer system had a different date (may) and I was concerned that this date was on the posting and nobody would read it. Thanx for the super search tip. When I don't have my rookie status anymore I will come back, just to get my reputation to a normal score.

        You can still get useful stuff from this site, even though we won't give you full working programs to answer your questions...

        Once you have tried to write the thing, and met a few problem for which you can't find the answer in the doc (man perldoc), feel free to come back and ask specific technical questions. People are quite friendly here, contrary to what you may infer from the reaction to your first posts.

        But people asking for their homework to be automagically done by professionals programmers for free are naive fools. Plus, they don't learn anything. And they are frowned upon.

Re: rating system
by bladx (Chaplain) on Aug 27, 2001 at 00:41 UTC
    Hey johan,

    I strongly suggest that before a post like (no offense,) you should check out this great resource called super search where you can search for specific needs like this one.

    Here is a small list of nodes that you can check out related to your question:

    There are many nodes on this topic, so search for it, and go through what will answer your question!

    I noticed that you are still a little under 0 with your XP, and just wanted to let ya know that you should use super search definently before asking sometimes.

    Andy Summers

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