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 Week of 7/5/2019
#1
The purpose of this thread is to compile a list of posts between Fri June 28th - Fri July 5th that has well established posts to be nominated top pick of the week. Well established post meaning it is detailed, instructional, above and beyond the normal answer, etc.

Please make 1 link in the post (by copying the post ID # in the top right area of the post). If you have more than post to nominate, make a separate post for each. You may make an additional comment regarding the post you are nominating.

Use the like button to cast your votes. you may choose as many as you want. The winner will be the one with the most liked at the end of the week.
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#2
This one Angel
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#3
That's cheating.

I pick this one.
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#4
ok, lol, so i put the OP in the section above the forum so that wont have to be said every time. LOL

Ive guess whoever comes up with the first nomination of the week starts the thread for that week?
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#5
omfg I feel silly for not seeing that one coming. Good job you two =p
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#6
I have a real-ish candidate https://python-forum.io/Thread-icode-cha...95#pid8539
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Pro-tip - there's an inverse correlation between the number of lines of code posted and my enthusiasm for helping with a question :)
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#7
User without Moderator access can read this topic.
The last linked topic not. Just as info.
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#8
I nominate post #6 in this thread, because Yoriz actually got the guy to post code.
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(Jul-05-2019, 06:55 PM)DeaD_EyE Wrote: User without Moderator access can read this topic. The last linked topic not. Just as info.
Everyone should be able to read and post on this forum. However that link is to a mod and admin forum only
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