Here are a few suggestions that make it sure you get the best answer to your question as quickly as possible:
Search for your question on the forums or in Visual Studio's help system first -- it's likely someone may have already answered your question, and you
won't have to waste time waiting for it to be answered again Post in the correct forum (see below) -- since the experts in various subject matters tend to stick to the set of forums that focus on those topics, a question about the C# yield keyword posted in the Common Language Runtime forum will
likely take a lot longer to be answered than the same question in the C# Language forum.
Make sure your title summarizes the specific problem you have -- since we try to answer the maximum number of questions we can with our time, we often skim through question subjects to quickly find the ones that we know
the answers to. A question with a title of "Urgent! Help needed!" is not as likely to get answered as a question with a title of "How do I use the BinaryFormatter with IIS". A more specific, detailed title is far more likely to get a response than
a general one. Give details about your problem -- rather than "When I call Process.Start I get an exception, please help", provide the exception type, message, and call stack. If possible pro
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