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No, I said that you can make it more likely to get answers to your questions by taking the time to frame your questions well.
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I thought javaranch was really a FAMILY...well NOW my Mind slips and get apart....
Joined: Aug 22, 2010
Atleast ...Do i have the option of deleting my thread ...it feels like my thread as left as Zombie....please KILL IT!!...beside i google'd it..now my problem got solved . .... Google is better than JAVARANCH ...
Patience. Patience. Your question was posted less than 24 hours ago. Due to time zones around the world, many people haven't even seen it yet. Plus some people only see questions during the week. The fact that you didn't get an answer immediately doesn't mean that nobody knows. What's this about checking everyday? Your post was today. You make it sound like you posted a week ago. In any case, you can "watch" a thread to see when it gets an answer. Then you don't have to keep checking.
Arun raghvan wrote:Atleast ...Do i have the option of deleting my thread ...it feels like my thread as left as Zombie....please KILL IT!!...beside i google'd it..now my problem got solved . .... Google is better than JAVARANCH ...
I provided a link to a Googled answer. Now it's not orphaned. Google isn't better or worse than JavaRanch. It is different. Google is good for looking up things like error messages or problems others have had with good keywords. JavaRanch is good for things that require human though and learning. We absolutely recommend you google questions before posting them. Sometimes Google even gives you a link to the answer as posted on JavaRanch!
Arun raghvan wrote:I thought javaranch was really a FAMILY
Yes. And families give advice in a well meaning way. Bear is trying to tell you how to expedite getting answers to your questions. He is going so in a nice/caring way. That's what family does.