It's more annoying if someone asks a question, for example how to debug a specific part of the code ... which may be almost impossible to debug in some cases (multithreads for example), therefore I suggest to write a JUnit in order to test only the part of interest ... and with this contribute to more stability ... but the Junior refuse to write the JUnit because he is too lazy to write additional code ... AAAARGGGHHHH ... unfortunately corporal punishment is not allowed in our country/company!
So if you ask and you get an answer or a suggestion, try at least to put it into practice and then after that ask your next question. In short, not the questions are annoying, but the reaction to the answers.
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