|Perl: the Markov chain saw|
Re^4: I need help about MP3::Tag and perl script.by afoken (Canon)
|on Mar 31, 2011 at 20:50 UTC||Need Help??|
So If you wrilte down the script again with my needs
I have absolutely no interest in such a project, so I won't write any code for free. Until you make the project interesting for me by stacking a lot of cash on my desk and sign a contract with me, you will have to either search for someone else to write code for you (rent-a-coder ...), or learn Perl.
For learning Perl, perlmonks is the right place. But you must show substancial effort to learn. Repeating the same question over and over again, and begging for an instant solution is the wrong way.
Regarding the style of your postings in this thread:
For me (and perhaps many others around here), postings full of "leet speek", spelling errors, complete lack of formatting, wrong interpunction, written within 10 seconds and without any check for errors indicate lack of interest and lack of respect.
I'm not saying that all of your postings are that bad, perhaps only a few or just the ones in this thread. But your posting was the straw that broke the camel's back.
I know from my own experience that it is hard to write in a foreign language. But it is even harder to read such postings. I read and write on perlmonks for fun, in my free time, and I don't get money for that. So, why should I even consider reading a posting that looks more like line noise than english? There are about 100 postings a day, and most of them are easily readable. Reading them can be fun, finding the problem or knowing the right answer is even more fun.
I have no problems with posting code fragments here or elsewhere, perhaps even a complete program. Sometimes, 10 lines of code are better than 1000 words. But I have a huge problem with being treated as the idiot that does your job or homework for free. So, no code for you. Especially not ready-to-run code.
Today I will gladly share my knowledge and experience, for there are no sweeter words than "I told you so". ;-)