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How to get the best out of G4EF?

Discussion in 'Meet and Greet' started by mayjune, Aug 26, 2009.

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  1. mayjune

    mayjune New Member

    Jun 14, 2009
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    Hey Guys/Gals,
    This thread will give you a good idea how to get the best out of Go4Expert as a member.


    - If its a query, Ask yourself,
    Q. What is the answer you are looking for?
    Q. What are the specific things you need to provide to the members to answer your question
    Q. Is the question ambiguous or confusing? Will others understand as the way I want them to? If not, what should I change to make it more understandable.

    - If its a Thread/Article
    * Post Sources if you can, So that if one needs further reading they have the resources.
    * Use only English Language (This goes for everywhere by the way)
    * Post in a way from newbies to experts can understand your thread/Article
    * Give nice explanation of your code and give comments to make it understandable.


    Right Way - How to create 15 Puzzle Solver in VB6?

    Wrong Way - What should I do?
    Right Way - I have a Doubt in Dijkstra's Algorithm

    Wrong Way - Read This, its soooooo cool
    Right Way - Tutorial on creating Transparent Effects in Photoshop 3

    You can see the difference between the two titles. It might look "HEELPPP ME" is more attractive and you are likely to get more replies, but its the other way around. Proper title will not only give you more number of replies but an effective reply from an expert who can help you out.

    Here's an example of query..


    Title: Help! My project does not work!!

    Post: i m having a problem with my project. its a robot car and it cannot move straight WHAT SHOULD I DO??????????



    Title: Robot car maneuvering problem.

    Post: I am a computer engineer and I have made this robot car for my 4th year project. The thing is it recently started acting strange. It randomly turns right whenever there is a slight bump to the bot. I have checked the microcontroller connections and software, the motors seem to be working fine on their own and even the power source is shielded. What could be the problem?


    Also note that, A good Titled Article has a good chance of showing up in Google Search, resulting in more people reading it. Thus your view count is directly related to your title.

    And in the end, when you do get your answers or solve it by yourself
    PLEASE: Post the solution in the last post and thank everyone collectively.

    If any other ideas need to be added let me know :)
    Happy G4Eing... ;)
    Last edited: Aug 26, 2009
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