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(May-02-2020, 08:00 PM)menator01 Wrote: Sorry, was not my intention to solve homework for someone. Just trying to be helpful.
no problem
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(May-02-2020, 07:57 PM)buran Wrote: As a side note to both you and @pyzyx3qwerty - this very much looks like homework and that is why I just provided guidance to OP, i.e. I didn't want to give away ready solution. Anyway you did :-)
Well, I didn't know, he after all posted in the general coding help section. I just tried to help him, that's all
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I think in general (i.e. regardless of whether it's homework or not), people should be helping others to solve the problem for themselves, rather than providing code that solves the problem. It's more beneficial in the long run, as thinking through a problem is an important part of programming.

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