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Personally I prefer if someone just states:

I have this HW assignment and I need help.

This makes us all look good! The author shows that they are trying to learn but may be really having difficulty. And they don't think we are so stupid that they can pass their HW off to us without us realizing it.

If someone is upfront like this and takes the hints we suggest then I think it would be better that we make sure they have all the resources to complete the assignment.

M

Edited by footpad, ~ Sun Sep 1 17:52:27 2002 (UTC) : Reworked HTML to be more effective in the context of a node.


In reply to Re: Do my homework for me! by Anonymous Monk
in thread Do my homework for me! by dws

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