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    Can someone write me a solution for a problem if I pay them
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    It would be better if u told us the problem lmao
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    It’s for a password Checker
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    I'm guessing you're looking for someone to do some or part of your coursework for you? If you want to pay someone to do that, then you're not really helping yourself in the long term. I mean, aside from the fact that you risk getting caught cheating (what if your teacher asks you to explain the solution and you don't understand it..?), you're not going to you learn very much that way, so you're really not cheating anybody aside from yourself

    Computer science is all about problem solving - that means learning to think 'algorithmically'; being able to analyse a difficult problem then come up with solution(s). Just remember, the more practice you have trying to solve problems by yourself, the easier it will be when you're sitting in the final exam and given a problem like this to solve in pseudocode.

    "password checker" sounds like something you could do yourself if you sit down and think about it, and save yourself wasting money getting someone else to do it as well. If you think about it, break down your password checker problem and think about what you'd need to do to solve it.

    Think about what kinds of rules you want to implement for that password checker - this is really important; it might sound obvious, but you can't solve a problem until you know exactly what that problem is. If you're stuck, try writing down the steps on paper before going anywhere near any code to make sure you understand exactly what the rules/checks are you need.

    Given that a password is usually just a text string, do you know how to get the length of a string? do you know how to look at individual characters in a string? Don't do everything at once, try solving small parts of the problem one-at-a-time. Programming is about solving small pieces of a problem step-by-step, testing each small piece along the way, until eventually you can put all those small solutions together to solve the bigger problem.
 
 
 
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