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    Default Ultimate Logic Failure

    I'm making a program for a personal project that cycles through a website that has categories. I need to pick up the names of each category, sub category and sub sub category. I have a few methods, loops, if statements and in general a complete mess that sort of does what i want. I'm not entirely sure because i can't even figure out how to display the data correctly. I was hoping i could get some help in simplifying my code and making it at least somewhat logical.

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    I have a proxy in there because my roommate likes making things much more complicated than they need to be, sort of like me.

    Note: the site is [Moderator edit: link removed]. The first category is Moderator edit: removed. The rest i believe are safe. Also, i'm only using Moderator edit: removed because i didnt want to post two hundred lines of code on here. I'm not actually using it to develop my program.
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    Default Re: Ultimate Logic Failure

    If it's too much code to post here, it's too much code to get help with on a forum.

    Before you post your code, here are a few useful links:
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    And of course the old classic: How to ask questions the smart way

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    Default Re: Ultimate Logic Failure

    145 lines of ordered methods is not too much to get help on. I put it on Moderator edit: removed because it was long enough to cause scrollage on this page, which personally annoys me.

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    Default Re: Ultimate Logic Failure

    Are you here for help or to provide cheap publicity to your favorite site?

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    "Cheap Publicity" Asking how to make my code work and clean is now considered advertising a site that has an overall unfavorable reputation and has almost no source of revenue? Even if that made sense, why would i A) write a program that didn't even focus on the main features of the site B) advertise here? 337 People Viewing, most of which probably aren't viewing or are bots. Man, i am one hell of a promoter.

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    Default Re: Ultimate Logic Failure

    Quote Originally Posted by Di Immortalis View Post
    145 lines of ordered methods is not too much to get help on.
    Yes it is.

    Like this you aren't going to get anywhere on any forum, lets first make it so you can be helped. What is your intention? To dump the code and to get people to rewrite it for you, or to get advice on how YOU yourself might make some alterations?

    If it is the former - well I'm sorry but that isn't going to happen. If it is the latter you don't need to dump all your code, only an example of what you need help with. So identify one thing you think you might do better and present that.
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