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Using google, stackoverflow and documentation

I see many questions here which you can SIMPLY google. Stackoverflow is also a website where you can already find many questions and answer. Also, for beginners: Do NOT be scared of official documentation, there you can find how to use methods and built-in classes. You MUST use docs as a programmer. My point is, you HAVE TO use google as a programmer, why don't you use it? And when you post a problem post CODE you wrote to solve it, it is easier to debug and explain. If you're learning programming you shouldn't expect other people to DO YOUR WORK. Peace to all of you and keep coding!

7th Feb 2017, 5:44 PM
Ladislav Milunović
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6 Answers
+ 12
Boy it's so nice to sit back and reflect as a professional all the stuff I didn't have as a up and comer compared to what you all have now. It makes coming up with interview questions so much more fun. 😎
8th Feb 2017, 2:55 PM
Ace
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Amen! also before posting a question for the nth time here, use the search. you'll find many answers. too bad you can't make this sticky so everyone sees it.
7th Feb 2017, 6:01 PM
Mario L.
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+ 4
It can become sticky with many likes and go to top or trending...
7th Feb 2017, 6:05 PM
Ladislav Milunović
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+ 3
Absolutely yes!!! That was my intention with https://www.sololearn.com/Discuss/205573/?ref=app I mean, I like to help and all, but I'm annoyed to Google for the people or having to ask what the hell the problem is 🙀
7th Feb 2017, 8:44 PM
Tashi N
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0
Many are probably just impatient to finish this course and not thinking of learning.
8th Feb 2017, 9:38 PM
ire b
ire b - avatar
2
i am looking for Java programmer to make friends and to help me out. thanks for all the advice
8th Feb 2017, 2:12 PM
marvellous gwenzi
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