Please Use CODE Tags 31 Jan 2016Welcome to the Programming and Software Design Section,
When asking for help with programming issues, please use the code tags to enclose your code, it makes things much more easily readable for the people trying to help you, thus improving your chances of actually getting help.
To add code tags, click the <> button on the editor toolbar, then enter your code in the code editor that appears. If you are on a mobile device, or prefer to use BBCode, you can use [code] // Your code here // It will be syntax highlighted, though not necessarily corectly. [/code] (but the code editor is more consistent and less buggy).
1 hour ago, cluelessgenius said:
ok i see your point and maybe your right but wehter or not i should expand my horizon wasnt the question. if im asking how to do something in c# the solution cant be "do it in python".
It can be...
It cost you nothing to ask a question on this forum and none of the answers are paid for. If you don't like an attempt at an answer, don't make the person waste more time on you by telling them that their answer is wrong, which will only make them defend it.
The answers here that recommend you try something besides C# are inherently saying that using C# is either impossible or impractical in this case, and are far less rude than saying "It's impossible." Without explanation.
Btw, the only reason I'm writing this is to save everyone else here, who have given an answer you didn't like, the energy.
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