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Why almost everybody ask superfluous questions?

I don't want to be rude (just the necessary) but please stop asking how much time you need to learn something and put your hands on a keyboard and start to actually learn! Also, guys, when someone ask something please, if you don't know, don't write an answer. Example: Q: What do I need to make an app with Python? A: A basic understanding of the language and a IDE. (Really? ) Read the rules and instructions of this platform please. Then put yourself to work hard, do research on every topic you don't understand and on topics you want to understand, work hard please. Anyway, happy coding! (I know this is not the place for a rant but I did it in order to make a point)

10th Jun 2019, 9:19 AM
Jonas - avatar
5 Answers
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Your userbase in a nutshell - not just on Sololearn.
10th Jun 2019, 9:59 AM
Dennis - avatar
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am also tired of all this kinda question that, it looks like a spam to me hehehe, but believe me they are lot of people who are clueless, but if you want to get things straight it better they are been told something just to get em on there feet, and if they are not answered maybe they will loss motivation, but it really impossible to stop such question maybe if sololearn filter the words, which i dont think they will want to do, they are always novices coming in everyday we just have to keep that in mind, when i see question like that i do refer them to the "for beginners" account created for the beginners by sololearn, they will handle the rest
10th Jun 2019, 9:40 AM
✳AsterisK✳ - avatar
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I think we need to acknowledge that people learn coding for very different reasons. If coding is your passion, you probably won't ask how long it'll take you to master a language. If your only motivation to learn coding is that you think it'll look good in your CV, the question how long it will take to finish tutorial XY and if the certificate you'll receive has any "real value" might be more relevant to you.
10th Jun 2019, 10:13 AM
Anna - avatar
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I think you should start studying C then Java. oh! sorry i forgot that i should post answers related to the question🙋 .
10th Jun 2019, 10:14 AM
Anon Fox
Anon Fox - avatar
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I notice that the answers justifying such behavior are the ones with a greater number of upvotes... It is like all users approves the mentioned behavior. Shame. Anyway... Rant is over. Again, happy coding.
10th Jun 2019, 8:10 PM
Jonas - avatar