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a) WRONG FORUM (how many times do we have to tell you this)

b) No, we don't provide complete solutions for such vague requests. If you have a specific problem then post it to the correct forum and you may get an answer.

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Forums work well if you use them properly. If you have a specific problem, and explain it well on the right forum, you are very likely to get a solution to your problem.

But asking people to write your code for you, from a one-line statement of requirements, is unlikely to be effective. Especially if you ask for PHP code on a forum whose topic is XSLT.

(I hate to be impolite, but I really do wonder sometimes. How can anyone with such an unstructured approach to a task ever aspire to be a software developer? OK, perhaps I should be charitable. Perhaps you don't really want to be a programmer at all, you just want someone to do your school homework for you?)

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>how many times do we have to tell you this

It's frustrating, isn't it, but of course the people who ask such ridiculous questions would never think to spend an hour browsing the forum before asking their question.

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