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Old March 8th, 2004, 05:31 PM
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I can't find the where to download the code for ASP.NET E-Commerce Programming by Kevin Hoffman. It's not even listed in the Book List section. (ISBN 1861008031). what happened to it?

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Did you read what it said at the top of the Download Code Page?

Please, don't answer that- I know you didn't.. If you did read it, You would know the answer to that question.

Please read it (the link is right at the top of the page) and you will get all your answers!


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Excuse me I have the same question
although I have read the top of http://www.wrox.com/dynamic/books/download.aspx
but I still couldn't find where to download the code
please help me as soon as porssible I really need it
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I find that hard to believe.

Which part didn't you understand? There is a clear link to the Apress site, and there is a link to the Answer of the question: "I'm ready to post a question to P2P asking where to find some Wrox book code I can't find. What should I do first?"

Did you even *look* at that answer???? Apparently, you decided to post first, then look.

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Thank you for your help
but why don't you just paste
http://support.apress.com/books.asp?...Go=Select+Book
to me Is't hard for the people which is not good at English to found it
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First of all, life is not always that easy. Knowing how to use Web sites, a search engine and knowing how to read and interpret data is good for everyone.
Just providing clear and crisp answers would be too easy, don't you think?

Secondly, the answers are just on those pages. Tell me why *I* should go to the Apress site, look up the book in the drop down list, so I end up with a correct URL for your convenience. You're the one that needs the book, so I sort of imagine you'd be motivated to spend some time to find it.

Finally, this is a Wiley site. I don't think they like it when forum visitors start posting links to their competitors. I think that Volkswagen doesn't like it either when you start posting links to that beautiful Volvo S80 on the Volvo site in their forums ;)

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Actually, because this is kind of an unusual situation that some older Wrox books are supported on the APress site instead of here, I don't mind so much if someone posts links (direct or otherwise) to the code people need for the "Wrox" book on that site. I want people to be able to find the code and get use out of the book. As long as the Wrox name is still on the book, whether or not it belongs to the new Wrox, I want the reader to have the best possible experience.
Imar has a point though that he, Hal, and the many other people who helpfully volunteer to answer this question over and over shouldn't be expected to do the reader's homework for them and find the direct link to the code.


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I have deleted a number of posts off the end of this thread that were non-constructive or helpful.

I have never done this before, and hope to never have to do this again. I can't belive it's me saying it, but please check yourself before you post here. The answer given above by Jim explains why members that are VOLUNTEERING their time to help are not doing all the research. We are pointing you in the right direction for information. We are not paid.

If you wish to send me a check for $10 I will do the research for you- otherwise take what answers you get for free.

I am locking this topic now.


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