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Why SoloLearners ask same kind of questions everyday?

Common questions that makes sololearn boring👇 1) Which language should I learn first? 2) Should I learn Node.js or PHP? 3) Should I learn CSS before HTML? 4) How can I make money by programming? 5) How old are you? 6) Where are you from? 7) How to make apps? 8) How to be a hackerman? I want to advise every Sololearners that, we should search questions before posting.

11th Apr 2017, 6:07 PM
Retul - avatar
14 Answers
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Yeeeeaaaah, why? Good question. - Maybe they want badges. - It is hard to search and *find what you are looking for* at Q&A. - Some want to see if this crazy stuff works and choose a random question to ask. - Some simply copy trending posts and hope they get a lot of likes. -They are too lazy to search on Google on their own. Some even complain about the answers they get or post the correct answer after someone spent time on helping them. That's quite discouraging sometimes -.-
11th Apr 2017, 6:43 PM
Tashi N
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8) What programming language should i learn for game development? 9) C or C++? / C++ or Java? / C# or C++?
11th Apr 2017, 7:55 PM
Maz - avatar
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When you are a regular answerer, you'll realise your job gets repetitive and you start storing links to be posted once a duplicate question pops up.
12th Apr 2017, 12:49 AM
Hatsy Rei
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10) what is the difference of x++ and ++x ? 11) the easiest / hardest language ?
12th Apr 2017, 2:26 AM
Agus Mei
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@Retul You forgot my favourite one btw... 'I wanna be a hacker' -.-
11th Apr 2017, 7:43 PM
Tashi N
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Very true. People are inquisitive and want to ask their questions without looking around first. However, I may not be totally wrong to say that people post to get the badge. (This is an assumption I'm making) By and large, I hope the Sololearn team looks into marking as duplicate feature om questions upon posting.
11th Apr 2017, 6:25 PM
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Can I get a job at Google with my SL certificate?
11th Apr 2017, 8:21 PM
seamiki - avatar
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I just answer questions whenever I have time and relevant answers. I don't like putting the blame on the community especially if the question looks genuine regardless of whether it is repeated or not. Some people can't even effectively put Google to use. Don't expect them to search previous questions or discussions when something is bothering their brains.
12th Apr 2017, 2:57 AM
Tusiime Innocent Boub
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After competing 2,3,4,5 courses in a day they probably want to know what the point was, so "put it out there"
11th Apr 2017, 11:09 PM
Leon - avatar
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@Tashi Oh yes. I'm gonna add it. Thanks 😂
11th Apr 2017, 7:58 PM
Retul - avatar
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I would say, for progress. To keep asking yourself how close you are to meeting your goals. And hopefuly one day when that question is asked again. You can look back and see how far you have gone.
11th Apr 2017, 9:26 PM
Manual - avatar
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there are badges, xp and a I remember I read once on sololearn.com, a page titled something like "Ask more questions". No wonder that users throw a question there, without searching first for related content. The search option in the Q&A is also a weak spot but I guess it is due to the large amount of improperly tagged questions.
11th Apr 2017, 6:43 PM
seamiki - avatar
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Stored this one in phone's Notepad so I can post it to any repeating questions I see:)
12th Apr 2017, 7:38 PM
Dinmukhamed Mailibay
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12) what is html???😅
7th Dec 2017, 11:58 AM
Ankush Kumar
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