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Nonsense! (And by the way, read the FAQs... and replies to similar "gimme's" from some of the site's most skilled and supportive Monks.)

If Q2 isn't a request for code -- albeit, implicit -- I don't have any idea of what to make of it... although I suppose the possible paraphrases of Q2 might include (in increasing order of likelihood):

  1. Please give me code
  2. I'm so computer-illiterate that it didn't occur to me to follow the link offered previously
  3. Why should I have to learn what you already know
  4. I don't wanna' experiment on my own. Gimme!

Are you so literal minded that you can't recognize "write my code for me" when phrased in other words... or so bounteously generous in your assessment of others' motives that you can see no shortcomings in their utterances?

And if so, well, yes. You're getting under my skin, but maybe you'll consider granting my writings the same generosity of interpretation.

Nah, cynical /me doesn't really think that's a realistic hope.

In reply to Re^5: When do we change our replies? by ww
in thread When do we change our replies? by stevieb

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