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pure pursuit and inventory problem program in c language

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  1. imported_minu

    imported_minu New Member

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    ;)plz send me c lang program of pure pursuit simulation problam and inventory simulation problem
     
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    plz send me pure pursuit and inventory program in c lang urgently
     
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    Please don't create the same thread over and over again and do you think somebody is waiting for your home work to be delivered in your inbox without any effort from your end.
     
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    imported_minu New Member

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    Mr Shabbir you website procedure is not cooperative and your reply is too rough.so i close my membership
     
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    If you think in any public forums someone is waiting to do your homework help I think you are asking for too much.
     
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    Try not to view it that way, but rather an opportunity to challenge yourself; from what I've seen, shabbir is quite helpful. Folks are willing help but most people like to see an attempt on behalf of whoever requests help.

    Give it a try and post your code if/when you get stuck. :)
     
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    Very few can actually do that :D
     
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    They seldom seem to try. :( they just need a little nudge though, I think. :D
     
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    Thats what I did.
     
  10. hobbyist

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    I know.

    It's a difficult thing to relate to someone that perceived harshness is not really that at all, but rather frustration from seeing little or no effort at all. I'm not a programmer so seeing that doesn't really affect me the same way it might affect a professional. Nonetheless, I think the only way to truly learn is to try and then ask if stuck.

    "I've been working on [fill in the blank]. Here's the code that I've tried, but I'm not getting the result of [fill in the blank], which is what I should get. I cannot see the problem."

    Usually, it's either

    I need a solution for [fill in the blank] here's my email. or here's my 10,000 line source filled with non-standard functions. I have a problem, can you help?.

    I can see why either scenario would get old really fast for a professional. What I hope to convey to someone seeking help is that they are far more likely to get help if they try first and then post a topic as descriptive and to the point as possible when/if they need help.

    No one in cyberland is here to discourage people, I don't think, but rather help those who help themselves.
     

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