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Author Topic: Please let me earn badges for Delphi (OOP) Pascal, I am really good in that one  (Read 2130 times)

KodeZwerg

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Title speak for itself so please let me prove my skills to earn a badge for coding  :-*

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+1 for you being a great Delphi coder dear KZ! If you need to cast a vote somewhere, you got mine :Thmbsup:

BTW Now that you mention badges, I've always wanted to be given the "Coding Snacks" badge  :)

https://www.donationcoder.com/shared/images/badges/dc_codingsnacks_badge/SnackBowl_64.gif
Please let me earn badges for Delphi (OOP) Pascal, I am really good in that one
https://www.donation...=badges;show=csnacks

(I have never really asked since releases are made with much love and I'm just grateful for the opportunity to be an active participant here )
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« Last Edit: March 06, 2023, 04:45 AM by publicdomain »

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Thank you Vic! +9 votes, if that count at all, are missing for mission badge  :-*

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People don't know but when donationcoder was being first experimented with in 2003 or so i think, one of the main features on the previous version of the website was a programming school section where people could see assignments for ideas to program and submit their implementations to move forward..  This was before all the great professional programming teaching websites came into being which do a great job of encouraging new coders.  It was very primitive but some people had fun.