I think this is very hard to learn it.
If anyone has learning movie about table occurrence please give it to me.
Anything to make this part easier & I can learn and understand it.
It's not a movie, but others have found it helpful:
Please post in other than English so others may answer you better!
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You can't speak my language!
But google translate can most likely Can translate your messages.
But I understood your English so am not sure why Beverly could not. You want training videos that teach you about Table Occurrences, what they are and how they are used. Is that correct?
can you tell my what is not correct in my question?
I can understand the OP, so don't presume I cannot. Some posters apologizing on their posts need to know that there are developers on this forum that don't need Translate. It is perfectly OK to post in a language to which the OP is more comfortable. Perhaps there might even be a reply with different resources (other-than-English) to be used.
FM Help, for example, comes in many flavors.
philmodjunk wrote: But I understood your English so am not sure why Beverly could not.
But I understood your English so am not sure why Beverly could not.
Because sometimes a lot can be lost in translation and as Bev pointed out there are many here that speak many languages, so asking the OP to post in his native language is a good move to see if we get all of the question.
I agree completely but this question seems very obvious.
Apologies to Beverly for misunderstanding her post.
Let us us also keep in mind that a translation website may not do a better job than the OP when it comes to translating into English. I've pasted text into Google Translate and gotten very cryptic results.
For questions more complex than this, I recommend a bilingual post. We can then translate the native language and compare it to the English version if there are questions.
But let us not get sidetracked here. We have been asked for help, let's provide links on the topic if you have any to recommend.
Not just the question, but the answer as well. That's what helps the most to be understood by the person asking.
I agree and try to provide bilingual responses for that reason. But again, providing links to training resources--what we've been asked to do here, isn't likely to need such.
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