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  If you send us a Truly Awful question, you may (if we don't decide to ignore it) receive an answer like this:

Dear Student,

We really do like to receive precise, detailed questions.  In this respect, we are like computers - you have to program us properly.  You must have heard of the "GIGO" principle - "Garbage In.  Garbage Out".  If you send us a question like the one you just did, you are just going to get a garbage answer.

Now, what I would like you to do, both for yourself, and for the Imagiverse team, is to think very carefully about what it is you want to know.  Then, write your question, clearly and concisely.  If necessary, ask your teacher to look at it before you send it.  I have to ask you to do this, because, quite frankly, the way you ask your question is not only a waste of your time, but ours, as we don't know what you are talking about.  Think of it as writing a subroutine to generate information access.  So far, your subroutines are just generating error messages.



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Last Updated:
3 January 2004

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