How to make a good post?
I was wondering how you should present the content of your answer to get the best result.
Darryl.Burke post a very useful link about SSCCE here :
SSCCE : Java Glossary
It's useful when you need help about some code you already made.
But what should be the best way to get suggestion about a subject or how to do a certain thing when you begin to work with something new and that you don't have any code yet because you don't know how to do it?
Anyone has tips or a link?
A couple of things...
There is a FAQ section:
Java Forums - FAQ
Also there's a "How To Ask Questions The Smart Way"
How To Ask Questions The Smart Way
I second the post "How to ask questions the smart way". I find that if you ask a post that a) is coherent and understandable from the get-go, and b) is an interesting problem that tweaks our interest, you'll get good answers quickly.
Also, the fact that you're even asking this question puts you miles ahead of other new posters to the forums. Best of luck.
But thing is how many members here in our community read it, at least the forum FAQ page. Yes the second one "How to ask questions the smart way" is really interesting.
Anyway, I like to see at least few of are referring that.
Thx CJSL for the link. I just finished reading it and I will try the tips right away. :)