The long and the short answer is, I don't know. The stackoverflow team haven't released any information regarding precisely what you have to do (if anything!) to be permitted to ask questions again. (One thing not to do is create another account. This will be found out. Don't do it.)
Having looked at your questions, to be frank, they're not very good. Let me clarify that, the community doesn't appear to think they're very good. Out of 33 questions, you've had 7 up-votes and 3 down-votes. That's a net total of 4 up-votes across 33 questions, or 0.12 up-votes per question asked. That is very low. Taking how to print a variable into a text box as an example:
(I'm aware that English is probably not your first language, and trust me, your english is better than my French/German/Spanish/etc!)
- The title: Take the time to capitalise appropriately,
How instead of
how to start.
- The title: A question mark on the end wouldn't hurt, you have after all phrased it as a question.
- Don't put a salutation in questions, you should be well aware, after having asked that many questions that they're generally "not wanted" on stackoverflow, yet on your more recent question "Doubt in extract a string" you've again added one.
- Take some time to get your spelling right. In "Doubt in extract a string" your salutation says "hi fiends", I'd suggest you probably meant "hi friends".
- SHOW SOME CODE. Yes, that's in bold and ALL CAPITALS. There's generally no reason not to show some code. Don't expect people to answer your questions by writing your code for you. Try to write the code and then ask questions when you encounter problems.
Now for some specifics:
hi all I have a one variable. i want to print that varible into a text box. how to do this.
- Remove the "hi all"
- Capitalise appropriately. I'm well aware that this can be very difficult to get right when English isn't your first language. A simple rule of thumb:
- Anything after a
. should have the first letter capitalised
- The letter
I should always be capitalised when it's on its own
- Explain a bit more; what data-type is the variable? What does it contain?
- Show what you've tried.
I have a variable, called
myData of type
NSString*. It contains the text
SOME TEXT. I want to have the text in myData displayed in a text box, but can't get it to work. I've tried this:
NSString* myData = @"SOME TEXT";
UITextView* myTextView = [[UITextView alloc] initWithFrame:myframe];
myTextView.text = @"";
How can I solve this?
In other words:
- Improve some of your existing questions, they may still gain up-votes as editing them will push them back onto the first page. Up-votes will help you be enabled to ask questions again.
- Continue providing high quality answers.
- If this all fails, consider emailing
email@example.com and asking if they can consider reversing the ban.
The fact that you've taken the time to answer questions to try and improve your standing on the site is favourable, in my opinion =)