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Old February 10th, 2010, 07:44 PM
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that you might have "over-thought" the code, trying to add your own event processing code, which (other than that shown on p. 44) is not necessary.
hehe... you are right. i may have over-thought ... guess im thinking too logicially? ok, i will shutup now and complete your book. :)
 
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Don't ever worry about asking too many questions...that's the best way to learn. Over the years, I've learned that students ask questions for one of three reasons: 1) they really want to understand the topic, 2) they already know the answer and want to show off, or 3) they know the answer and want to try and trick you into making a mistake so they can embarass you. I have no problem with #1...numbers 2 and 3, not so much. I can tell you fall into the #1 type and I'm more than happy to answer all your questions.

Keep working and it will all fall into place...
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Old February 16th, 2010, 12:27 AM
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Don't ever worry about asking too many questions...that's the best way to learn. Over the years, I've learned that students ask questions for one of three reasons: 1) they really want to understand the topic, 2) they already know the answer and want to show off, or 3) they know the answer and want to try and trick you into making a mistake so they can embarass you. I have no problem with #1...numbers 2 and 3, not so much. I can tell you fall into the #1 type and I'm more than happy to answer all your questions.

Keep working and it will all fall into place...

thank you so much for the relieve. yes you are right i fall into the #1 category. and just to put you at ease, im VERY inquisitive in nature. ive already started preparing some questions and going to hold on to it until i complete the book(hopefully by early next week) im doing one chapter a day. have to give the benefit of the doubt, some question might be answered later in the chapters. im at chapter 7 today.

its a very wonderful thing you are doing here. ive never known an author who is so helpful to their readers.

keep up the good work dr purdum. this might be the best programming book ive ever bought.... :)
 
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Again, thanks for the kind words about the book. Don't rush to finish the book. Take your time, read and think, work the exercises, and then move on when you're comfortable with what you've read.

When you're ready to ask more questions, fire away. I try to log on here at least three or four times a week and will do my best to answer your questions.
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Again, thanks for the kind words about the book. Don't rush to finish the book. Take your time, read and think, work the exercises, and then move on when you're comfortable with what you've read.

When you're ready to ask more questions, fire away. I try to log on here at least three or four times a week and will do my best to answer your questions.
ok i will not rush ... im at chapter 9 now .. already getting lost ... ok i will start posting now ... :)





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