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Per Westermark
03/18/12 04:17
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#186766 - Is a answer more important than the "correct" answer?
Responding to: Michael Karas's previous message
Michael Karas said:
OP said:
Objects are inserted manually, one at the time by free fall through tube by gravity.


With all this blowing smoke going on here why not just pay attention to what the OP said in his posting...

Michael Karas


For the simple reason that there is a big chance that the OP will get a totally incorrect answer just because the OP did start that post after having made a totally wrong assumption.

You should know by now that lots of people gets an initial idea and then starts to run with it, even when that idea do not solve the original problem. It is well known, since it has been seen again, and again in a huge number of threads. And always, there are a couple of people who think we should ignore the questioning and just give people a knife if it sounds like they are asking for a knife. Aren't you ever curious? Don't you start to wonder when something don't seem to make sense?

List of 23 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
counting objects inserted in tube      Damir Tadic      03/17/12 02:28      
   Cheaper?      Per Westermark      03/17/12 06:44      
      counting objects inserted in tube      Damir Tadic      03/17/12 11:31      
         What is the purpose of counting?      Andy Neil      03/17/12 11:42      
         Mirrors or multiple beams - still extremely cheap      Per Westermark      03/17/12 14:31      
         I guess there is a language problem here      Erik Malund      03/17/12 17:52      
            Specification Inadequate - Language Barrier?      Andy Neil      03/18/12 01:45      
               determine when receptacle at end of tube is full - Deja Vu?      Andy Neil      03/18/12 01:47      
            Language Barrier      Damir Tadic      03/18/12 13:54      
               "Simple and cheap" or dead reliable?        Kai Klaas      03/18/12 15:47      
               Not a solution?      Andy Neil      03/19/12 01:02      
               simple and cheap      Erik Malund      03/19/12 06:56      
   Do you know...      Kai Klaas      03/17/12 07:07      
   I hope      Erik Malund      03/17/12 08:45      
      eh?      Andy Neil      03/17/12 11:31      
         eh?      Erik Malund      03/17/12 17:42      
            Possible      Andy Neil      03/18/12 01:33      
               All This Pontificating....      Michael Karas      03/18/12 03:00      
                  Is a answer more important than the "correct" answer?      Per Westermark      03/18/12 04:17      
                     Sprung door with microswitch.      David Prentice      03/18/12 04:53      
                        Maybe but the bigger question was: what was tram destination      Per Westermark      03/18/12 06:17      
                        Already been suggested!      Andy Neil      03/18/12 08:10      
                  That information was not initially available      Andy Neil      03/18/12 08:07      

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