It was not an attempt to spam/flood the groups.
And yet, that’s exactly what it was.
Please read the forum rules and guidelines, which are accessible from topics in multiple places in this forum: How to use this forum - please read. There is a lot of useful information in there about how to get the best responses to your questions. Of particular interest to this conversation:
13. Forum etiquette
Once you have made your post, here are a few other guidelines:
We know you are anxious to get an answer to your problem, but re-posting the same question to multiple parts of the forum causes duplicate effort, and divides the focus on your problem. You’ll get a better answer if everyone can discuss it in one place. Cross-posting is very annoying; the moderators will delete your extra posts, and you will get a warning. Save all the hassle, and just post the question once. It will be noticed.
If you aren’t sure what section to post in (Programming Questions, Electronics, etc.) make a guess. Don’t cross post “just in case”.
@CodingBadly : Stop spitting out “badly” on the forum. Don’t just remove the posts if you don’t
understand the intent. Period.
My advice to you is to please read the forum rules and procedures, and follow them. Then you won’t be tempted to chastise a respected forum moderator for doing his thankless job cleaning up your mess. You will get a lot more respect that way. It does not make a good first impression that your first set of posts is flagrantly violating forum policy, and then getting indignant when you are called on it.
If you had respected the forum etiquette, we might actually be discussing your question right now, rather than complaining about the way you asked it.