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What will happen when Nikolay Nachev get's 200k XP?

Choose from below or imagine your own:-) 1) A pair of spectacles, bad mood, chronic fatigue, poor health... 2)One million dollars personally from the director of sololearn and the invitation to google.com subsidiary on Mars:-) 3)He will be rewarded with luxury yacht Eclipse, length 162.5m from Roman Abramovich. 4)Nothing. He is greedy & robot. He will want 1000000000XP. 5)Here is your idea:-))))

6/28/2017 11:27:34 PM

Val🐯

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@Valery - thanks for paying so much attention to my humble personality lately 😃 The story is quite simple actually. When I started playing the scoring system was different and I managed to get to 50K quite fast by just exploring new languages... Then suddenly SL changed it to what we had until yesterday, the FAQ did not exist, so no one was really sure if level 17 actually existed and I was already half way there I decided to go for it. Now with the new scoring I will reach it in a few days and yes I am extremely happy as I will achieve something that I was dedicated to for the last 4 months. It does not matter that the achievement actually has no value in real life and it is quite doubtful if it helped me much in becoming a better programmer. Anyway I prefer doing that in the evenings, than watching TV 😃, so it is quite likely that I will continue, however once my goal is achieved @Krishna is right I am planning to spend more time for the other parts of the app... @Bang - depending on how much time I can spare, on average 3hrs

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The internet shuts down

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5) Try other parts of Sololearn i.e. Lesson Factory, Code Playground, Q/A Discussions etc,.

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become champion of the lesson factory 🏅

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I'll travel back in time to try and stop him by telling him, "Don't join Sololearn." This will make him curious, like if someone said to you not to open a box. He will join Sololearn. I will be the cause. If I had not told him not to, he would never have been curious. He would have overlooked Sololearn if it wasn't for my actions. I caused what I time traveled to stop from happening (Causality Paradox). But he caused me to try to stop him the first time on his own. The Universe will get annoyed and reset and rather let lizards evolve than primates. Because there's no humans, The Universe will never time travel to stop them existing, therefore they'll exist (Grandfather Paradox). Existence ends, the N200K bug. ...or he'll get 200005 XP the next day and nothing will change.

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@jay lol hahah

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ha! Soo the tv show dinosaurs was actually from an alternate reality? https://youtu.be/ZHOWnLetNhM

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hahahaha! @Krishna well played!

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5) Sololearn opens an office branch in Bulgaria and appoints Nikolay as dirctor of branch of Bulgaria and he is offered more salary than on his current marine engineering job.

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I'll congratulate him as the first SoloLearner to get to level 17 and hope to personally meet him one day... Take it or leave it, he's an exemplary man of humble character. I believe he set the pace for many of the attitude that most of us later come to develop towards SoloLearn and learning programming at large. To me, Sir Nikolay exemplifies a rare "go-getter" blend of character that I would like to emulate and apply such commitment, focus, doggedness, etc to certain other pursuits of life... #humble-respects ^-^

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He will get windows xp computer

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I think 1) staring phone Everytime might cause bad health.

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stackoverflow :D

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Wow. Nostalgia.

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Super answer!!! Real coders have sense of humor!!! Ahahah

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I'm just curious how many hours does he devote to SoloLearn each day :)

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nothing much.......i'm damn sure he will challenge another sololearner to get 200,001 xp.......

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the whole space time continuum will break apart and we all go back 10 million years back to the past and to the future!!

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I even modified my code for him: https://code.sololearn.com/WB46rT9BteKP/?ref=app

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@Thanh Le: Lol, more like buffer overflow.