InfantPro'Aravind'

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An Infant Pro 'Aravind'

Siebel, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, DHTML, XML, XPath, XSD, XSLT, VBScript, VB, C#, Core Java, RegEx, SQL and so on..

interest lies in: Languages, culture, Anime-Manga, music-melody and art :)

Hobbies: Singing and Pencil sketching/shade art.. One of them is already demonstrated in my profile picture :)

And I scored 89 in Nerd test!! Yippie!! Great accomplishment..

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awarded  Popular Question
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21
awarded  Notable Question
Nov
5
awarded  Notable Question
Apr
15
comment “Bring down X” vs. “bring X down”
How in the world am I suppose to know the duplicate question!? IT DIDN'T show up in 'SIMILAR QUESTIONS list'!!
Apr
13
asked “Bring down X” vs. “bring X down”
Jan
20
awarded  Popular Question
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2
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jan
2
awarded  Custodian
Dec
31
comment A word which comes with meaning like “something that works in parallel”
@Ana, thank you very much for your valuable information :)
Dec
2
comment Usage of double dots (..) Is it formal?
thank you very much!
Nov
23
accepted Difference between Guise and Disguise
Nov
23
comment What is a polite way to decline an invitation to hang out with someone?
nice answer :) Upvoted
Nov
15
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
6
awarded  Constituent
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6
awarded  Caucus
Jul
31
comment Difference between Guise and Disguise
@MattЭллен, Guise: (Semblance)Under the guise of friendship he betrayed them. and Disguise: Modifying appearance, He is a master of disguise.
Jul
31
comment Difference between Guise and Disguise
Guise is not used for physical appearance. It is used for behavior. Thanks for that point :)
Jul
31
asked Difference between Guise and Disguise
Apr
2
comment “Username”, “user name” or “user-name”
Agreed with this +1 :)
Apr
2
comment What's the difference between “I must help her” and “ I have to help her”
Why isn't "I have to" so formal?