CS course Piazza bingo

CS course Piazza bingo Card
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This bingo card has a free space and 24 words: Person asks a question that's answered in the course notes, Person asks a question that's answered in the assignment, "Can an instructor please answer?", Person asks a question that's solved by a google search, Person asks a question that's solved by reading the error message and having more than 2 braincells, Person asks an irrelevant question about endianness to flex their knowledge of cool terminology, Person posts a note that's clearly just them bragging, Person asks a duplicate question, Person asks a question that sums up to "how do I do the assignment", Person asks a question that is incomprehensible due to spelling, Person is dereferencing/writing to NULL/random memory, Person asks a question about the difference between two terms which are synonymous, Person asks what's going to be on the midterm, Person asks what's going to be on the final, Person asks a question that's a prime example of why the programming language used in this course sucks, Person somehow manages to ask a follow-up question that's a prime example of why we're using the programming language we are, Person posts a screenshot of an error message with no elaboration, Person decides posting on piazza is a better way to get an assignment/exam remarked than filling out the form, Person posts assignment code publicly, Person makes a public post saying "please look at my private post", Person asks for help debugging a program where the only type declarations are (void **) and everything is cast on a per-use basis, Person posts a question that's solved by reading compiler warnings, Person posts a question, recieves an answer, then edits both to say "thanks, figured it out!" and Person asks when marks will come out before the assignment deadline has passed.

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