I'm aligned with AWOL on this one... and with GoForSmoke regarding "tech forum."
I have seen many stupid questions over the years and I have seen my share of students wanting 'a code for...'.
I used to try and refer new Ops to the forum stickies - that was fruitless.
I tried to digest the questions and link to similar questions that were answered. - No joy there.
I even tried to post my own project links that did similar features.
Bottom line is there are a large number of posters that just want a fully written sketch customized to their needs. They do not wish to learn... they are paint by numbers folk... they do not wish to learn technique.
Yes, there are others that just jump in willy-nilly and post but are really serious; but, fail to read the forum procedures (rules.) They may get bruised, but they will heal - or find another hobby.
All hobbies require a discipline and maturity to become "good" at it. Hunker down, read, study, experiment, and if you post - POST the full sketch and explain clearly what you want to accomplish and where you are stumbling.