Besides, if they don't search the archives and newsgroups and Google
already, why would we believe they'd read the FAQ?


On Wed, 6 Nov 2002, Hutchins, Richard wrote:

> Just to weigh in on the tail end here, a FAQ of the top N items would be
> nice. But I have to say, I use the archives a lot before I post to the list.
> The archives contain the answers to most questions out there. If subscribers
> to this list checked the archives to see if their answer is there, then
> questions like register_globals might decrease in frequency.
> The other side effect of researching answers for yourself before posting is
> that you gain exposure to more of the language faster. How many times do you
> read about something that doesn't solve your immediate problem, but puts an
> idea into your head as to how you might handle a future situation? I know I
> benefit from it.
> Still, nothing better than being able to get help from some of the seasoned
> pros on this list right away.
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