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I slacked off in class while my teacher was teaching us how to algorithms and now I have my exams coming up and require help in writing basic algorithms. Please help me understand basic algorithms daniweb community, I'm counting on you :(

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Sure, let me write them all up in Word with step-by-step explanations and I'll post them in a few days. Just keep checking back here.

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>I slacked off in class while my teacher was teaching us
At least you're honest. That won't stop most of us from letting you sit in the hole you dug for yourself, but it's a breath of fresh air nonetheless.

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Sure, let me write them all up in Word with step-by-step explanations and I'll post them in a few days. Just keep checking back here.

Thanks a million

>I slacked off in class while my teacher was teaching us
At least you're honest. That won't stop most of us from letting you sit in the hole you dug for yourself, but it's a breath of fresh air nonetheless.

I know I messed up that's why im looking for help now, Won't mess around next year!

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Thanks a million

Is guess you missed the sarcasm underneath?

I know I messed up that's why I'm looking for help now

To little, to late.
How should we know what you have to learn?

When are the exams coming up? Don't you have time to ask your teacher for help?

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Your questions are too vague for us to help you. If you made them more specific, we might be able to provide something useful.

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The exam is on tuesday.. No time to ask for help! I'm in year 10 and just started algorithms this year. Please help me out...

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Well since none of us attended your course, and apparently, neither did you, what exactly are you hoping to learn in the next 48 hours?

Without knowing the syllabus ("algorithms" is just too vague), we could tell you some good stuff, but it would be still useless for your immediate predicament.
http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html#urgent

Sudden acts of repentance don't wash - fail the course and take it again, paying more attention this time.
http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html#urgent

Or memorise this site
http://www.nist.gov/dads/

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