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petr_v_a   (2001-11-05 20:13) [0]

http://delphi.mastak.ru/cgi-bin/forum.pl?look=1&id=1004946420&n=0

Bison and Moose and just the Masters of Delphi> well, you do not answer stupid, from your point of view, questions, and they themselves will soon disappear. Do you want to re-educate Lana Rozanova? Yes, she is 26 years old, and her life views are quite definite and are set out in the above link.
And further. Well, not everyone is given the ability to not only read help, FAQ, but find the necessary information there. And by the way, “big programming” rests on such ladies and gentlemen - they didn’t get to write 1000 lines of the most boring code, which they do, that is, work with their hands.
And let Katya answer Lana Rozanova :) Well, in the end it is not said anywhere that the forum is for superprofession. Fighting such questions is useless, and people benefit ...

So ask, little girls and good guys, questions, do not be shy, they will hand you a banana out of pure redhead, show off to your girlfriends, throw good-looking boys to the boys ... beautiful ... beautiful ...



Дремучий   (2001-11-05 20:57) [1]

lamer, not lamer - not a problem
that hurts daring I don't like
it.



panov   (2001-11-05 21:01) [2]

Let them ask questions, trying to get into the topic, and do not breed flames on 20 of questions / answers not in the case ...

Let there be a forum! :-)



Ежик   (2001-11-05 21:19) [3]

Guys! What is the Bazaar about?



Anatoly Podgoretsky   (2001-11-05 21:28) [4]

But something strange there, at first it was “kicked out of work”, and then just “I'm learning”

The first time I didn’t believe it the first time, I said that it’s for an office where everything rests on it, and the tasks are very complex and so diverse.
But the second one is also hard to believe, more like pinning, well, only in such a perverted form.

And of course it’s not difficult to answer, if the question is posed correctly and in the proper volume, otherwise ticks have to extract additional information from some.

But entertainment on both sides.



Digitman   (2001-11-06 14:27) [5]

And it should be noted, gentlemen programmers, that the young lady with NIK <Lana Rozanova> is far from the worst detailing her own questions. Even if shocking with a variety of directions. Even after suggestive counter-questions.



Anatoly Podgoretsky   (2001-11-06 16:32) [6]

I have always noticed this versatility and harsh method of achieving goals. I was only a little interested (vanity), what is behind the screen.



Дремучий   (2001-11-06 17:24) [7]

questions like Lana Rozanova are not the same,
why the question arose about protection exactly Lana?
I hope you understand about than I am?



Anatoly Podgoretsky   (2001-11-06 17:53) [8]

Get worn out



petr_v_a   (2001-11-06 18:42) [9]

The question arose about the protection of Lana Rozanova & Co , and the name was mentioned so that the flame was larger and to maintain the continuity of the topics of the conferences :) At the same time, the girl can do something nice - she can scream “I AM STAR” with a clear conscience on every corner, which business, in my opinion, is not particularly important for her :)
By the way, a great example of answers to not-so-specific questions (for people who are not very deeply familiar with the database, a comment - Oracle never had or planned triggers on select, and this is a well-known fact for participants in that conference - mostly certified DBAs and support staff )
question: http://www.talk.ru/thread_article.html?ID=17043556
answer: http://www.talk.ru/thread_article.html?ID=17044251



Иван Шихалев   (2001-11-06 20:35) [10]

For once, I didn’t understand the whole branch ...
What are you people talking about?



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