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I'm very much confused here....
Let me try to explain why your node was not well-received.
  • Your node title "code prototyping" was too general to convey what your node was about. I clicked on your node, hoping it to be about Software prototyping, perhaps asking an interesting process question about how best to use prototyping to debug software requirements. But it wasn't. So I was disappointed. In future, spend a bit more time to find a more specific, descriptive title, for example, "How to find system information (OS version, memory, cpu, disk, ...) on Linux".
  • Show some effort. Do some searching before you post. Provide any useful links you found. Show what you have tried so far, what worked well, what didn't. That way, you don't look like someone who is too lazy to do his own work and expects others to do it for him. Moreover, if you provide interesting links and ways to get Linux system information, others can learn from your efforts.
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In reply to Re^3: (OT) code prototyping by eyepopslikeamosquito
in thread (OT) code prototyping by doubledecker

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