|Am I the only one who sees this as cyber-threatening? |
|Tim wouldn't threaten anyone!|
is right, I mean what I say when I say "In Jest of course" , my comment was more of a comical warning, coming from the comical gender replacement.
: L B and I just had a big ole discussion in one of his threads - a lot of ideas exchanged, so I think we get along just fine.
|"TheIdeasMan and Jackson Marie in a red-black tree,|
I see it more as education - the more stubborn the student - the harsher the education methods.
Edit: I hope you can back me up in what I am saying as you have in the past, because I see you as being one of the sensible realistic people.
|But, I'm afraid of posting some code example demonstration here because... I think...|
Don't worry, if you post the code then at least it will show that you have had a go - which would be commendable. If you started with helios
' code then that is a good start. As long as you keep with the methodology. Also there would be no realistic advice that can be given unless we can see what you have done.
If I can see that you have had a fair go at the problem, then I might offer some gentle suggestions.
The reasons for giving harsh advice, would be for not listening to advice, or where the methodology is so far from reality that it is ridiculous, or you continue to write unconventional code, or you try to help others while exhibiting all these bad traits.
Also, I may not need to offer any comment at all, there are plenty of others much more knowledgeable than me who might help. However, if you present some nightmare code, then that might be the cause of not getting any (or few) replies, and you might miss out on help from those best capable of helping.
And, if you repeatedly don't listen to advice, then that is why you would attract ridicule, as opposed to constructive help.
So let's see what you have, (we are all waiting to give some great advice) and we can all go from there.