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I have been trying out "programmers" for quite a couple of weeks now and I feel disappointed.

The questions I have been asking are for the most part left completely unanswered or get a answered with an answer that I do not consider to be very good.

There the only exception to this is this question where I got very a few very constructive answers and well thought out answers (but that is just an exception).

Look at these questions. I have put alot of effort in them and I think that they are all very decent but all of them have yet to recive the answers that I want.

The only answer I got on int * vs int [N] vs int (*)[N] felt wrong (everybody makes mistakes) so I made this questionthis question on Stackoverflow to make sure. That question on Stackoverflow started reciving constructive comments and good answers immediately after I posted it.

I think that this is a problem. My time spent here is not rewarding. I think that I would have gotten alot better and more constructive design and readability answers on all my questions if I had put them on Stackoverflow instead. I get so much more attention there.

I have been trying out "programmers" for quite a couple of weeks now and I feel disappointed.

The questions I have been asking are for the most part left completely unanswered or get a answered with an answer that I do not consider to be very good.

There the only exception to this is this question where I got very a few very constructive answers and well thought out answers (but that is just an exception).

Look at these questions. I have put alot of effort in them and I think that they are all very decent but all of them have yet to recive the answers that I want.

The only answer I got on int * vs int [N] vs int (*)[N] felt wrong (everybody makes mistakes) so I made this question on Stackoverflow to make sure. That question on Stackoverflow started reciving constructive comments and good answers immediately after I posted it.

I think that this is a problem. My time spent here is not rewarding. I think that I would have gotten alot better and more constructive design and readability answers on all my questions if I had put them on Stackoverflow instead. I get so much more attention there.

I have been trying out "programmers" for quite a couple of weeks now and I feel disappointed.

The questions I have been asking are for the most part left completely unanswered or get a answered with an answer that I do not consider to be very good.

There the only exception to this is this question where I got very a few very constructive answers and well thought out answers (but that is just an exception).

Look at these questions. I have put alot of effort in them and I think that they are all very decent but all of them have yet to recive the answers that I want.

The only answer I got on int * vs int [N] vs int (*)[N] felt wrong (everybody makes mistakes) so I made this question on Stackoverflow to make sure. That question on Stackoverflow started reciving constructive comments and good answers immediately after I posted it.

I think that this is a problem. My time spent here is not rewarding. I think that I would have gotten alot better and more constructive design and readability answers on all my questions if I had put them on Stackoverflow instead. I get so much more attention there.

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I have been trying out "programmers" for quite a couple of weeks now and I feel disappointed.

The questions I have been asking are for the most part left completely unanswered or get a answered with an answer that I do not consider to be very good.

There the only exception to this is this questionthis question where I got very a few very constructive answers and well thought out answers (but that is just an exception).

Look at these questions. I have put alot of effort in them and I think that they are all very decent but all of them have yet to recive the answers that I want.

The only answer I got on int * vs int [N] vs int (*)[N]int * vs int [N] vs int (*)[N] felt wrong (everybody makes mistakes) so I made this question on Stackoverflow to make sure. That question on Stackoverflow started reciving constructive comments and good answers immediately after I posted it.

I think that this is a problem. My time spent here is not rewarding. I think that I would have gotten alot better and more constructive design and readability answers on all my questions if I had put them on Stackoverflow instead. I get so much more attention there.

I have been trying out "programmers" for quite a couple of weeks now and I feel disappointed.

The questions I have been asking are for the most part left completely unanswered or get a answered with an answer that I do not consider to be very good.

There the only exception to this is this question where I got very a few very constructive answers and well thought out answers (but that is just an exception).

Look at these questions. I have put alot of effort in them and I think that they are all very decent but all of them have yet to recive the answers that I want.

The only answer I got on int * vs int [N] vs int (*)[N] felt wrong (everybody makes mistakes) so I made this question on Stackoverflow to make sure. That question on Stackoverflow started reciving constructive comments and good answers immediately after I posted it.

I think that this is a problem. My time spent here is not rewarding. I think that I would have gotten alot better and more constructive design and readability answers on all my questions if I had put them on Stackoverflow instead. I get so much more attention there.

I have been trying out "programmers" for quite a couple of weeks now and I feel disappointed.

The questions I have been asking are for the most part left completely unanswered or get a answered with an answer that I do not consider to be very good.

There the only exception to this is this question where I got very a few very constructive answers and well thought out answers (but that is just an exception).

Look at these questions. I have put alot of effort in them and I think that they are all very decent but all of them have yet to recive the answers that I want.

The only answer I got on int * vs int [N] vs int (*)[N] felt wrong (everybody makes mistakes) so I made this question on Stackoverflow to make sure. That question on Stackoverflow started reciving constructive comments and good answers immediately after I posted it.

I think that this is a problem. My time spent here is not rewarding. I think that I would have gotten alot better and more constructive design and readability answers on all my questions if I had put them on Stackoverflow instead. I get so much more attention there.

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I have been trying out "programmers" for quite a couple of weeks now and I feel disappointed.

The questions I have been asking are for the most part left completely unanswered or get a answered with an answer that I do not consider to be very good.

There the only exception to this is this question where I got very a few very constructive answers and well thought out answers (but that is just an exception).

Look at these questions. I have put alot of effort in them and I think that they are all very decent but all of them have yet to recive the answers that I want.

The only answer I got on int * vs int [N] vs int (*)[N] felt wrong (everybody makes mistakes) so I made this question on Stackoverflow to make sure. That question on Stackoverflow started reciving constructive comments and good answers immediately after I posted it.

I think that this is a problem. My time spent here is not rewarding. I think that I would have gotten alot better and more constructive design and readability answers on all my questions if I had put them on Stackoverflow instead. I get so much more attention there.