"This is not a free code service."
"Do your own research/coding!"
"Have you ever tried googling this?"
This are the response users might get for some questions, I'm a user of this sub for some time now and I know some users don't even bother (or don't know how to give a proper explanation because English is not their first language) to ask the question clearly and/or they just paste some code/error.
Three month ago I didn't know anything about Arduino and C++ in general, now I have a medium knowledge to do my own projects.(Thanks to Majenko, Chris, Michel, Juraj and everyone else in this sub.)
I was looking at my questions today and those questions which answered with a working example in it helped me more to understand the coding principle about that specific question in details, for example This question. (I can't appreciate enough the time and effort chris put on answering that question.)
So i can not disagree more with this:
If you give 'them' an straight answer they will never learn anything. they have to do their own research.
If I didn't have a piece of working code I could never be able to "play" with the code and learn how it works...
I mean no one is getting paid to answer questions here, therefore there is no pressure to answer any question.
Even though I know just a little about Arduino yet sometimes I do have an answer for some simple questions but since I don't like the feeling of getting a down vote I don't post the answer and just comment the answer. Example.