my account is suspended. i like this site very much, and many peoples are kind and helped me a lot. sometimes, i also want to help others, but the ability of my programming is too limited, so i couldn't do some helps to others. i am sorry.
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Urr, the idea of your suspension for low-quality contributions is to let you realise that the quality of your posts need to be improved.
Judging from the quality of this question however, you still haven't learnt your lesson. Blaming the limitations of your programming skills on your poor quality contributions is not a valid excuse.
Does your programming ability affect your use of the caps lock or shift key, to enable you to use capital letters?
Looking at some of your questions, you should also look at the formatting help page, to show you how to use lists, format code and the like.
No, the suspension can not be lifted at this time. Your account was suspended because the quality of your writing needs substantial improvement. While we do not expect a drastic improvement within 48 hours, we do hope that the action taken will trigger you to want to improve the way you communicate.
Here are some things you can do, beyond the resources you were given when you were contacted:
We don't require perfection, we realize that not everyone is a native English speaker and English is a difficult language to learn. However, we need a best effort attempt from you so that our editors can add the final shine to what you write.
Stack Overflow is successful because of the knowledge our community has, and the quality of how that knowledge is conveyed. We must, at all costs, keep that bar as high as possible. Forcing you to become a better communicator is in essence forcing you to become successful, so look at it as an opportunity.
The purpose of the suspension was to give you the opportunity to consider the content. It was not personal; we concentrate on the behavior, not the user.
What concerns me most about what you were doing was asking other users to visit other websites to debug and to replicate behaviors for you. This is not acceptable for a number of reasons. One among them is the fact that our users consider this a form of spam (artificially driving traffic to other websites for personal profit). If you attract enough spam flags, your account can be permanently blocked from StackOverflow. Other measures will prevent you from re-joining.
As Tim said, we don't expect you to be perfect, but we do want you to know that you are doing some things that aren't acceptable here, and we'd appreciate it if you didn't do that.