Re: [PBML] Re: Random Number Generator
- At 02:42 PM 10/1/2002, you wrote:
>Original Message:i never was playing God, and i dont think anyone else was trying to. We
>From: Sean Correia <email@example.com>
>Date: Tuesday October 01 2002 01:56PM PT
>SC> Imagine what some people's bosses would think if they found out their
>SC> 'programmers' were asking questions about stuff they should already
>SC> It's bullshit that if someone asks a homework related question he gets
>SC> no answer and hints, but if someone asks a job related question they
>SC> get whole programs.
>I would have to agree. It's not the group's role to play God. It's a PERL
>help list, so let's help.
were just tryin to give the person (Rick) a learning experience, so he (I'm
assuming he) gets more self satisfaction from figuring it out more or less
himself, rather than just bein told the code with no explanation or anythin
>Wherever you go, people are going to succeed and move up the ladder byAgain, what i was doing, maybe a little slow tho...also what the others
>cheating. So you maybe able to stop it here, but the person will find help
>elsewhere. You're basically just delaying the inevitable. BTW - I'm
>saying anyone does this, I'm just saying it's difficult to prevent
>cheating, and especially over e-mail.
>I would suggest first, get the person on the right thought process, without
>necessarily giving out code. If they come back for more help, then help
>them out with specific code.
>It's certainly not our job to chose who/how/when we help. The help should[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
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