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stackoverflow as place to ask?

13 Sep 2018, 01:26

what you thinkg about stackoverflow?
is it helpful for your reputation?
ask ahk thinks there?

probably here is a may more friendly place. anyway i sometimes asking ahk in stackoverlow

cheers :-)
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Re: stackoverflow as place to ask?

14 Sep 2018, 00:02

SL5 wrote:what you thinkg about stackoverflow?
is it helpful for your reputation?
ask ahk thinks there?

probably here is a may more friendly place. anyway i sometimes asking ahk in stackoverlow

cheers :-)


When doing a Google search, there are times that you will find the answer for a question (or at least inspiration) on Stackoverflow or Reddit (https://www.reddit.com/r/AutoHotkey/). Not only those places, but there is Donation Coders (http://www.donationcoder.com) and various AutoHotkey people with blogs that answer questions or have post up code. Thinking outside the box, you might find the solution was done with AutoIt or WinBatch, which is close enough language wise, that you might can make an AutoHotkey version or at least get an idea about how to do something.

Of course here would be a good place to start and the most likely place to find the answer.
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Re: stackoverflow as place to ask?

Yesterday, 06:37

Why do some people hate Stack Overflow?

"I don't really hate it, but it's really kind of hate-able. If you have a look at the following thread you will know why.

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The old users are not kind or helpful to the new users. They don't respect new users. They are too much concerned about rules than to help others. They greet you with comments like these."

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