This article comes from a small project on GitHub shared by group friends. It’s very interesting to open it, and it’s especially in line with the reality.
The original meaning is that don’t ask questions like mentally retarded people. You may not feel very good about yourself, or you may get a lot of spray when you send them out like this. I think it’s better to use a more euphemistic way. But in order not to misinterpret the meaning, you’d better send them out as usual. We are all social people, and we should be able to understand what we want to express. You know, I know, and everyone knows.
So before you ask a question, you need to ask yourself:Am I really ready?
If you are not ready, 99% of your questions will not be answered by others, so please come back when you are ready. The result must be what you want.
What you need to know before you ask a question
- You know, the correct translation of free is freedom, not free.
- You know, people who are willing to answer questions are lovely people.
- You know, paying people to help you is a noble act. Even if the person who answers you is not for money.
- You know, it’s common sense to spend money on time. If you’re poor, either you’re poor or you’re poor.
- You know, it’s not you or your boss who pays each other.
- You know, when you ask questions, you are the “grandson” and the person who helps you is the “Uncle”.
- You know, there’s no loss to others not answering your question.
- You know, describing a thing accurately is a basic survival skill.
- You know, search is a basic survival skill. If you can’t learn to use durian and Google, you may not be suitable for your industry.
- You know, English is a basic survival skill. If you don’t know English, you may not be suitable for your industry.
Politeness in asking questions
This kindergarten children understand the basic quality, you can’t not understand! Although the other party may not care about this, but you still need to do so, because this is the minimum respect for a stranger, and respect is mutual.
Hello... Detailed description of the problem... Thank you
Learn to describe problems
When asking questions to others, learn to describe them correctly. Think of the other person as your boss. You’re giving him a report. Use the most refined words and pictures to explain to each other and understand the context of a thing.
You know, you’re not my girl. I don’t have time to guess what you want.
Remember, the more conditions you give to others, the faster your problem will be solved. Because it’s not a decryption game.
- A question about what.
- What kind of effect do I want to achieve, but what kind of problem do I have.
- The error log is like this. (learn to draw key words)
- I tried something to solve it.
- I tried to search what keywords, and found the answers to these URLs, but I still didn’t solve the problem.
- What operating system do I use? What’s the version number.
- What kind of software do I use? What’s the version number.
- thank you
Don’t think you need to say thank you only after others help you.
In addition, when describing the problem, please pay attention to the character transformation, and don’t be like this:
Learn to circle the key points
Everyone’s time in daily work is limited, not everyone is free, even if he is willing to help you solve this problem, so don’t think that everyone can be on the same frequency with you, it’s impossible.
You throw out a picture, a table or a paragraph at random. Maybe in your working environment, some colleagues will ask you what the situation is, but in the chat on the Internet, it is unrealistic.
However, if you change to the following way, it is not difficult for you.
@XXX, I can't access git warehouse. Environment is: what is environment. Please take a look, thank you!
What’s a question like a mental handicap
So get rid of this stupid, retarded way of asking questions, and you’ll get a different result.
Happy questions, you get happy answers, don’t you?
If in doubt? Please make complaints about civilization and order.
Welcome to make complaints about the most wonderful questions!
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