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RE: Python - Tutorial #21
(01-29-2019, 04:07 PM)darkninja1980 Wrote:
(01-29-2019, 03:51 PM)Lucas1543 Wrote:
(01-29-2019, 03:25 PM)darkninja1980 Wrote: well, you are breaking one rule here. You are disrespecting me as a person. (Trolling and flaming aren't allowed either.)

What I see here isn't disrespecting you, just giving you his opinion.

well, still I am not a little kid here. Also, his or her opinion is trolling /flaming remarks here.
I always give respect here on this forum or other forums as well.
rules

I'm not flaming you. I'm saying you're being a low quality member from what I can see and I'm telling you that you should improve your quality. It's called giving an opinion, welcome to the real world. Also just because you're respectful doesn't mean you get a hall pass for spamming links.
Discord: Nyx#8048

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RE: Python - Tutorial #22
For sure, how about reading the tutorials and then writing your own Python tutorial. Would greatly increase post quality and rep

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RE: Python - Tutorial #23
@darkninja1980

All they are saying is put some more content in your threads. Literally anyone can come in here and post links. Add some personal content to it. Add a opinion, or some examples. Just something to make it unique.

And technically, yes, your threads fall under the "forum spam" category. They easily define the definition of forum spam.

https://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forum_spam

@sunjester

That is a good idea
(This post was last modified: 01-29-2019, 08:46 PM by Trilly Reign.)

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RE: Python - Tutorial #24
(01-29-2019, 07:50 PM)sunjester Wrote: For sure, how about reading the tutorials and then writing your own Python tutorial. Would greatly increase post quality and rep
yes, I agree with you. thank you not being offensive in your opinion.
(01-29-2019, 08:43 PM)Trilly Reign Wrote: @darkninja1980

All they are saying is put some more content in your threads. Literally anyone can come in here and post links. Add some personal content to it. Add a opinion, or some examples. Just something to make it unique.

And technically, yes, your threads fall under the "forum spam" category. They easily define the definition of forum spam.

https://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forum_spam

@sunjester

That is a good idea
yes, I agree with you. thank you not being offensive in your opinion. Smile Cool
But this is the problem here I only know these skills very well. My IT skills that I know perfect is SQL, HTML, CSS, WordPress, PHP. Which I can make a tutorial of my own in that no problem. But my problem is I can't make my own tutorials yet. Because I am taking like 3 or 4 classes in programming and hacking classes in Udemy. I just do not have the time yet to make one and me also not a technical writer.
@Nyx please read this link!
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_troll
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flaming_(Internet)
My IT skills that I know perfect is SQL, HTML ,css ,wordpress, PHP.
coding skills that I know is Java, JavaScript and C#

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RE: Python - Tutorial #25
Thanks for sharing.. Good to read.

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RE: Python - Tutorial #26
(03-24-2019, 12:04 PM)premiumac Wrote: Thanks for sharing.. Good to read.

your welcome
My IT skills that I know perfect is SQL, HTML ,css ,wordpress, PHP.
coding skills that I know is Java, JavaScript and C#

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RE: Python - Tutorial #27
links are still active and working on this thread.
My IT skills that I know perfect is SQL, HTML ,css ,wordpress, PHP.
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