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DIGIT CTC 2 Discussion

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vinodmatz

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got the whitespace file long time back ,but what next??

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@static sid -do we need c+ for the final step??
 
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jelly_gill

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Where are the Rs 4 crore worth prizes promised by the digit? The total physical prizes as listed on the thinkdigit website are not worth more than Rs 6 lac. I think 99.99% readers got virtual prizes like a chance to read an online Unix/C++ course on some website.

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And I think winners of CTC II will walk away with some cheap portable hard disk or some pen drive.
 
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jelly_gill

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Yes man, we are all playing for knowledge and fun, thats true, but when the price of the magazine shoots up to Rs 250 for this special issue instead of usual Rs 150.00, and when they promise gifts of worth Rs 4 crore, then it is physical gifts which people expect not a Rs 900 worth online reading course at some website.
 

dib

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@Team Digit
It is frustrating.You guys are behaving just as we are your slaves. It is not expected from the "No. 1 Tech Magazine of India".
It is 25th july in my watch already (don't know whether you guyz all are using defective watches or not!!)
 
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jelly_gill

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Think Digit is busy counting money Rs. 4 crores to give away to the CTC II winners. lol

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Team Digit please pay attention. Digit is a great magazine and you dont need to resort to cheap gimmicks like '4 crore worth gifts inside' to woo the readers. Anyone can open the link Thinkdigit.com India > Technology Guide News and Reviews | Technology News, Information and Updates on Gadgets Online. and see that total value of 07 prizes listed there is not more than Rs 5 lac.

Now if you think that a chance to read an online Unix/C++ course is called a gift worth Rs 900, then plenty of websites offer such type of lessons for free of cost. And those of who know that, they think Digit is taking them for a ride by raising the price of magazine to Rs 250 and in turn offering virtual gifts worth Rs 4 crore.

We dont want such type of virtual gifts, just confine the price of the magazine to Rs 150.

Any regular digit reader knows that he can host a dedicated website for less than Rs 4000 an year, he can collect freely available lessons on the net, and offer these lessons as gifts worth Rs 400 to 100000 readers, which would amount to Rs 4 crore.

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Sorry, I pasted the wrong link, actually it is : Thinkdigit.com India > Technology Guide News and Reviews | Technology News, Information and Updates on Gadgets Online.

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And I genuinely think that the efforts which are required to crack the code, necessitate a prize like a notebook or ipad not a Wireless Keyboard worth Rs 1200 or a pen drive worth Rs 500. More so, because they are charging Rs 250 instead of Rs 150 for the issue required to play CTC II.
 

Devrath_ND

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Really shameless Guys at DIGIT... What does it take just to upload a couple of new pages... You will lose respect if you play with your readers time and feelings !! Atleast give the time properly.
 

clinton

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They have already lost a lot of respect by being late so many times.But they must understand that its only because of the good work they have done in the last decade that we love them so much and still stick by them in spite their delay.So please dont lose anymore of ur love and respect in our minds by making these cheap promises....
 

yash jetwani

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Think Digit is busy counting money Rs. 4 crores to give away to the CTC II winners. lol

---------- Post added at 12:37 AM ---------- Previous post was at 12:34 AM ----------

Team Digit please pay attention. Digit is a great magazine and you dont need to resort to cheap gimmicks like '4 crore worth gifts inside' to woo the readers. Anyone can open the link Thinkdigit.com India > Technology Guide News and Reviews | Technology News, Information and Updates on Gadgets Online. and see that total value of 07 prizes listed there is not more than Rs 5 lac.

Now if you think that a chance to read an online Unix/C++ course is called a gift worth Rs 900, then plenty of websites offer such type of lessons for free of cost. And those of who know that, they think Digit is taking them for a ride by raising the price of magazine to Rs 250 and in turn offering virtual gifts worth Rs 4 crore.

We dont want such type of virtual gifts, just confine the price of the magazine to Rs 150.

Any regular digit reader knows that he can host a dedicated website for less than Rs 4000 an year, he can collect freely available lessons on the net, and offer these lessons as gifts worth Rs 400 to 100000 readers, which would amount to Rs 4 crore.

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Sorry, I pasted the wrong link, actually it is : Thinkdigit.com India > Technology Guide News and Reviews | Technology News, Information and Updates on Gadgets Online.

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And I genuinely think that the efforts which are required to crack the code, necessitate a prize like a notebook or ipad not a Wireless Keyboard worth Rs 1200 or a pen drive worth Rs 500. More so, because they are charging Rs 250 instead of Rs 150 for the issue required to play CTC II.
Buddy not a single MISTAKE.........and if any

PURELY NEGLIGIBLE.........ur each and every word is correct!!
 
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Excellent

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CHECKPOINT

COMEBACK ON 2012-dec <becz its yugantham>

how many years waiting..
 
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