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kevin duino

i can means i can program...
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AlphaBeta

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Mar 27, 2009, 07:48 pm Last Edit: Mar 27, 2009, 07:58 pm by AlphaBeta Reason: 1
Cliche:

The better I get, the more I realize how much more there is to learn, and in effect, I kind of got relatively worse.


Just a tip to 'the pwnz0r':
You are on a global forum, and becuase communication is done without tone a voice, and bodylanguage, you will need to be certain that you use all the tools given to you to express what you want to say.

I read your sentance as 'i can means, i can program...' and translated it into 'I mean I can program'.
(Jut so it's said. There is nothing wrong if you do think that. )
But I had to point out that even though you clearly see that sentance as: ' "I can" means "I can program" it is not a given that everyone else sees it that way.'
So, my tip will be to use punctuation and grammar in general to your advantage. You maybe loose a second of time when you write your post, but you will get rewarded with replies. :)

kevin duino

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