Comments, opinions, complaints?
"I thought Arduino was supposed to be easy to use. Why couldn't they use a real language instead of this broken Arduino compiler that can't even implement easy data structures like stacks. I have push(sp, int), but it's not working; can someone give me working code for stacks by thursday?"
I will refer you to the article online about the difference between "Customer and employee"
I can understand the points both of you bring up. but I should bring up that this is a community for non professionals to come seek ideas and help. The reference material isn't always good at explaining things when you don't speak the language (engineerinese) and you need someone to help you understand it, it is also difficult to search for topics that have relevance to your situation when you aren't even sure where to look. all of this can be very frustrating for a new member which may lead to the attitude in the OP.
I will refer you to the article online about the difference between "Customer and employee" just replace customer with newbie and employee with experienced forum goer. Even if you aren't paid and volunteer your time here, you are here to help with progress. the information here and resources here are invaluable to some. consider all this before going off on someone for posting.
if i see a topic re post i usually just direct them to the previous topic and explain where they can find the information. its just common courtesy.
What is not useful is the "this product is crap, I've been a particle physicist for three centuries and I've never seen such bollocks" rant.
"Well you must be def, dumb and blind, the answer is right there in front of you numb nuts."
I have never seen a post like this. Can you provide a link to substantiate this?
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