Hello from Germany

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Pure Coincidence
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Hello from Germany

Postby Pure Coincidence » Tue Nov 07, 2017 7:43 am

A nice hello to all,

my name is Gerd, I'm from Mannheim in Germany. I've always been fascinated by physics / chemistry and driven to more or less successful experiments.
Radioactivity has always fascinated me, making the little one somehow visible.

Languages are not my strength (maybe C, C ++, Java excepted) that's why I use Google Translate to write, reading is again easier for me.
I hope that is acceptable, if not ask please.

Greetings Gerd

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Peter-1
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Re: Hello from Germany

Postby Peter-1 » Tue Nov 07, 2017 8:37 am

Hello Gerd,

nice to see you. I am also from Germany / Bayern. Welcome to the club.

Peter

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Re: Hello from Germany

Postby Steven Sesselmann » Tue Nov 07, 2017 9:05 am

Hello Gerd,

Welcome to the forum... communication should work, I can read and understand German, but very bad at writing and speaking, so if you can read and understand English we will have a perfect conversation. My C++ is also very rusty.

Steven
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Re: Hello from Germany

Postby stamasd » Tue Nov 07, 2017 9:21 am

Hi Gerd and welcome. At last I am not "the newest member" anymore. :)

Wish I could use Google translate for C++, that would help. As for German I'll just ask my daughter to translate. :p
Real name: Silviu Tamasdan

Pure Coincidence
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Re: Hello from Germany

Postby Pure Coincidence » Wed Nov 08, 2017 6:22 am

Thank you for the nice welcome :-)

Greetings Gerd


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