General announcement for the crowd: The Computer Science group is not for technical support questions. So, to be clear:
- Questions about data structures or algorithms.
- Questions about why code you wrote isn't working.
- For help with Microsoft Word
- For help getting rid of a virus
- For help jailbreaking your phone.
- For us to write all of your code for you. (That's not what we're here for.)
The general rule of thumb is this: if you would call a customer support hotline or read a manual to get help with your question, then this isn't really the best place to ask it.
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— Why not Microsoft Word? That's Computers too, right?
— That is strange. Just for trivia, the first question I ever answered on this site was about hacking. Haha.
— Am I allowed to ask questions related to Microsoft Access?(It's a main step because it involves databases).
Once again, there is a distinction between the academic area of Computer Science and tech support.
So, questions like "What is the difference between a foreign key and a private key?" would be acceptable.
Questions like "How do I create a primary key in Microsoft Access" is borderline.
Questions like "How do I change the font in Microsoft Word?" or "I have a virus! Help me!" are particular to the user's one situation. Not to a concept of Computer Science, and are not acceptable.