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    Will Pay - Need Some Basic Javascript Code done asap tonight!

    1) Project Details: (be as specific as possible):

    I's homework and I really don't understand it

    2) Payment method/ details (Paypal, check? Timeline?):

    Paypal! I need it done tonight

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    Hello! I can be of help. Mail me further details at sandramercado2010 [at] gmail [dot] com to discuss further. I'll be glad to accommodate.

    Hoping to hear from you.

    Thanks,....

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    It is quite wrong that you should offer to pay someone to do your homework for you. Pretending that other people's work is your own is normally regarded as cheating. Dishonest, in fact.

    When you grow up and enter the world of work, you will not be able to get others to do your work for you.

    All the code given in this post has been tested and is intended to address the question asked.
    Unless stated otherwise it is not just a demonstration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philip M View Post
    Pretending that other people's work is your own is normally regarded as cheating. Dishonest, in fact.
    When someone pays me to write some code for them, be it a whole website or just a small piece of code, I don''t ask what it's for because I don't need to know.

    When I receive payment I hand over any rights I may have had to the code and it then becomes totally their property and they can claim it as their own, since they purchased it, and they can do what they like with it.

    People can still learn from the code by studying and researching it if they actually want to try to learn from it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philip M View Post
    When you grow up and enter the world of work, you will not be able to get others to do your work for you.
    Many students have "web programming" just as part of some other computer course and so is not their major interest. They just want to pass the subject (even with just a 50% grade) which gives them more time to concentrate on the more important subjects for them in their course. They're not interested in learning web programming well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by knightCoder View Post
    Many students have "web programming" just as part of some other computer course and so is not their major interest. They just want to pass the subject (even with just a 50% grade) which gives them more time to concentrate on the more important subjects for them in their course. They're not interested in learning web programming well.
    Of course cheating is the way to ensure that they FAIL their "web programming" course. Unlike other subjects a programming course is one where it is really obvious if someone cheats by getting the work done for them since:

    1. they will be unable to explain how the code works
    2. the code will likely use something not covered in the course which the student is not likely to know
    3. the programming style will be different from that which is being taught

    So it will be really obvious that the student did not produce the code themselves and the teacher will at best give it a mark of zero.
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    That's a load of malarkey . How would YOU actually know what information students give me about what they have covered?

    If what you say was true then some students wouldn't be coming back to me

    Students aren't totally stupid as you seem to imply. They know they can't present work that includes concepts etc that they haven't covered.

    I haven't received a single complaint from any students.

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    Quote Originally Posted by knightCoder View Post
    How would YOU actually know what information students give me about what they have covered?
    It they knew what material they had covered then they wouldn't need to cheat because they'd be able to do enough themselves to get help on the forum properly to fix the odd pat that they can't work out.

    Anyway if the teacher knows the material they are teaching properly and pays attention to what students are doing in class then it will be extremely obvious that the student hasn't done the homework themselves. The teacher may decide to let it go for the time being and arrange to have the student expelled just prior to the completion of the course.

    What you are doing is:

    1. unethical
    2. hurts rather than helps the students
    3. is possibly illegal (depending on where the student is located and what the course is)
    4. against the terms of service for most forums - so you will probably find yourself banned from most forums now that you have admitted to ripping students off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by felgall View Post
    What you are doing is:

    3. is possibly illegal (depending on where the student is located and what the course is)

    4. .......you have admitted to ripping students off.
    Point 3 - hmmmm, that is different to what my lawyer has told me. What I am doing and how I am doing it is not illegal.

    So either you have no idea what you are talking about or my lawyer doesn't.

    Point 4 - I haven't admitted to ripping people off at all. They approach me for a service, I give them a price and they have the option to accept or go to someone else.

    I need to get to the bottom of this so I have emailed your name and details (from http://www.felgall.com/about.htm) to relevant people with instructions to investigate. They will contact you in due course to clarify the situation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by knightCoder View Post
    Point 3 - hmmmm, that is different to what my lawyer has told me.
    I did say that it depends on where the student is and what the course is that they are doing. That student who paid you to do their homework for them who then tried to use your code in a traffic light system that ended up showing all greens because they didn't know what they were doing is now serving several years behind bars because of all the people who died as a result. When they get out they'll be looking for you.
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    You obviously have no idea what you are talking about with your traffic light scenario because it will never happen.

    Many students have "web programming" just as part of some other computer course and so is not their major interest. They just want to pass the subject (even with just a 50% grade) which gives them more time to concentrate on the more important subjects for them in their course. They're not interested in learning web programming well.
    Generally, the students who come to me for help have little to no interest in becoming web developers. They are typically network or some other computer science/programming students and "web programming" is just one common unit they need to get out of the way early in their course. They have no intention to ever become web developers after their studies. Most want to have more time available to spend on subjects in their course much more important to them than "web development".

    You have said things that are in total conflict with what my lawyer has told me and so either you or my lawyer are not telling me the truth.

    As I said before, I have passed on your name, details and what you have said to the relevant people with instructions to investigate as I need to know who is telling me the truth and who is not.

    I have received a reply saying they will look into it in the next week or so and so you will be contacted by them in due course to discuss your statements. I don't have time to waste on this any longer and I will leave it to my reps. to discuss what you said with you.

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    @knightCoder: oh for crying out loud man..... will you juct cut it?! you admitt you gain profit from something that's against this forums rooles and that's it. end of discusion. you should be banned.
    what are you trying to prove? that cheatting is ok? on open forum? cmon dude.

    i would lie if i said i've never cheated or helped others to do it, but NEVER in such an obvius way and NEVER for money. that's just stupid.
    and about your so called lawyer's "it's ok": if cheatting itself is illegal, then what you are doing is called conscious participation in the illegal activity and in most countries it is pursued by law
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    Quote Originally Posted by patryk View Post
    you admitt you gain profit from something that's against this forums rooles and that's it. end of discusion. you should be banned.
    I've looked through the rules and I see I haven't broken any and what I do and how I do it is not illegal. Post the forum rule you say I have broken.

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    Quote Originally Posted by patryk View Post
    i would lie if i said i've never cheated or helped others to do it, but NEVER in such an obvius way and NEVER for money.
    You admit you are a cheater and that you have helped others cheat as well, so do you expect me to put any credibility in what you say and that you have never been paid for it? Ain't gunna happen.

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    1) i said you gain profit from something that's againts the rooles (#1.5)
    2) i said i would lie if i said i've never cheated not that i do it now

    at the very least you should learn to read. and if you want to cheat... man that's not the way to do it (if there is any).
    black market is called black not because you wear black shirt and look cool, but because you don't put up a billboard....
    just look where it got you.
    what do you think your opinion here will be after saying stuff you are saying here (and javascript forum)?

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