07-16-2013, 11:48 AM
Registered: Mar 2011
Location: Sutton, MA. USA
Distribution: MINT Debian, Angstrom, SUSE, Ubuntu
You can optionally use the pirouette() function, but I think that's been deprecated.
To be more serious.
- Then intention of studying and doing a thesis is that you put in some effort and the work is your original efforts. Note further that your instructor is likely intelligent and can detect if you've copied code; they after all gave you this assignment, hence they probably know a thing or two about how the result should look upon completion.
- There are many, many notes when signing up for LinuxQuestions.org informing you about how to ask a question, stating that we are not here to do your homework.
- The best suggestion is that you make an attempt, try to debug your code, and then ask an intelligent question when you've encountered a problem you cannot resolve after having put in some good effort. Asking blind questions which are obtusely stated, will not get you any assistance. You at least have to have shown that you've done some effort.
- Realize that your question is meaningless to anyone the way you stated it. But also try to remember my points that merely clarifying your question here is not an acceptable thing to do; you need to attempt your thesis on your own.
- Think about how it will look when you interview for a job, remark what your thesis is to your interviewer; they ask you detailed questions about how you approached it, how you accomplished it, and so forth; and you aren't able at all to describe your efforts because there was no effort. Do you think that you'd be successful in that interview?
Last edited by rtmistler; 07-16-2013 at 11:49 AM.