Quick prefab comments for reviewing (new users).
Not an answer
Welcome on SO. Usually when you agree on a question or an answer, you should Upvote it. However, you may have noticed that you haven't enough rep to do so yet. Please read the FAQ : http://stackoverflow.com/faq to learn more about this community.
Asking for "the code" and haven't tried anything
Welcome on SO, as you obviously don't know, this community is all about problem solving. We are not there to provide you with any code, unless you tried something. Please read the FAQ : http://stackoverflow.com/faq before posting your next question ;)
You should also have a look there: http://whathaveyoutried.com/
Explanation without sources
Welcome on SO. While it is a good practice to paste code in your answers as you did, it is very important to provide reference to the original thread. First, it shows respect to the author who wrote it. Furthermore, people can then follow the link in case there is more information. :) I suggest that you have a look to our FAQ : http://stackoverflow.com/faq
Incomplete code sample
Welcome on SO, it is a good idea to post fully compiling example. As the solution might be obvious for you, some people here are new to some languages and it won't be that obvious for them. :) I also suggest that you have a look to our FAQ : http://stackoverflow.com/faq
Answer without explanation
Welcome on SO, here, it is a good practice to explain why to use your solution and not just how. That will make your answer more valuable and help further reader to have a better understanding of how you do it. I also suggest that you have a look on our FAQ : http://stackoverflow.com/faq.
Hyperlink without explanation
Welcome on SO. While this is a correct manner to use hyperlinks to other website, you should at least include the solution found there (in less details if you wish) and some details about the website (what it is about, in which post or comment the solution is etc.) You can use the edit link below your post to modify it and add more information when needed. I also suggest you to have a look at our FAQ : http://stackoverflow.com/faq - Good luck!
Is there already an answer that answers the question? Please consider upvoting that answer or editing it to add more information instead of posting the same answer. JimmyPena
Sorry if the SO system offended you in any ways. I'd like to suggest you to read the FAQ : stackoverflow.com/faq so you can see how things work here. I hope you will be coming back later with valuable questions and answers. If you do so, I'm sure you will enjoy the community and gain benefits from it.
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