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While it's true that no one here will do someone's homework for them, I don't think this particular post deserves to be brushed off so hastily.

SMA said, "If you can show me the right way to do it ,or give any idea, i think i could write it pretty fast." This doesn't sound to me like someone asking to have their project written for them. I see nothing unreasonable about someone asking for guidance with their homework. Telling someone to RTFM is often appropriate when people are asking about easily-found technical details, but manuals rarely help when you don't have a starting point. I see nothing wrong with telling folks to go look at module X, or read merlyn's article on Y, even if it is for someone's homework.

Just my $0.02.

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