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Re: My questions: new to perl

by biohisham (Priest)
on Mar 13, 2011 at 15:06 UTC ( #892955=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to My questions: new to perl

i want get these questions solved as i am near exams and can't solve these on my own

This is kind of passively lazy... I mean, what were you doing throughout the academic term ? and when you say you can't solve that on your own, why not at least give it a try or work on your confidence threshold...

8 questions answered may save the day for you on the examination day but we will be harming you I believe if we just answer your questions without you showing an attempt to try answering these on your own when majority of these are so simple and straightforward questions ...

Excellence is an Endeavor of Persistence. A Year-Old Monk :D .

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Re^2: My questions: new to perl
by Monk_perl on Mar 14, 2011 at 19:34 UTC
    When i started studying then things was looking easier but not before i studied perl for one whole day as i started from morning fearing and thinking of exams very near so just don't have time to study in detail ..i don't want to waste a year so i asked Q's here i have some 14 more Q's i wana get help for solving here. Then i will study and put them to mind. I know these are straightforward Qs but not for me beacuse i have to study perl for days before i can say like you.i was not busy but i am kind of Lazy i accept it so now i just want to save time by straightforwdly getting answers than searching and studying so much stuff. I am going to ask some more Q's for following up as prepartion part.

      Apparently the professors wasted their time with you. You should fail the exam, but instead of "wasting a year" you should quit your studies and find a job that's simple enough for you.

      I hate those people wasting everyones time at a university, just waiting to get a piece of paper ...

      Enoch was right!
      Enjoy the last years of Rome.

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