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    first program NEED HELP, Looking for programmer!

    Im looking to recruit someone to help create a program that is interactive.
    The purpose:
    to take a users input and send it to a piece of equipment with the updated information.

    my vision is a few interactive drop down menus that the user may select their choices on a few different menu screens.
    for each area on the equipment there will be a different screen.

    if there is interest and if anyone had ideas or if there is a specific language that would work best for this let me know.

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    Re: first program NEED HELP, Looking for programmer!

    I think you would have more success finding someone when you ask on specific sites to look for freelancers, https://www.freelancer.com/ is one of them.
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    Re: first program NEED HELP, Looking for programmer!

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