Folks here aren't your research assistants. People come to ask and answer specific, directed questions. You know what you're looking for, so do some research and investigation, and when you get stuck and have a specific question, post it.
Also, please use real words, and proper grammar, spelling, and punctuation. It's in your own best interest to communicate your questions clearly and to not annoy the people whose help you seek.
Yet you continue to write garbage like "thanq" and "ur". Your choice, but be aware that some of us (me for instance) won't bother answering questions with trash grammar like that, and others will just get irritated and flame you.
No harm done. But do be aware that it has nothing to do with this particular forum. Clear, correct, precise communication is of vital importance in many aspects of life, and technological areas are especially sensitive to it.
It has nothing to do with any forum. You're a professional and you're expected to behave like one. As time goes on you will have to attend pre- and post-sales meetings, write reports, write architecture documents, ... Pretending to be illiterate is just practising how not to be taken seriously, promoted, ...
How To Ask Questions The Smart Way
Eric Steven Raymond
Write in clear, grammatical, correctly-spelled language
We've found by experience that people who are careless and sloppy writers are usually also careless and sloppy at thinking and coding (often enough to bet on, anyway). Answering questions for careless and sloppy thinkers is not rewarding; we'd rather spend our time elsewhere.
So expressing your question clearly and well is important. If you can't be bothered to do that, we can't be bothered to pay attention. Spend the extra effort to polish your language. It doesn't have to be stiff or formal - in fact, hacker culture values informal, slangy and humorous language used with precision. But it has to be precise; there has to be some indication that you're thinking and paying attention.
Spell, punctuate, and capitalize correctly. Don't confuse "its" with "it's", "loose" with "lose", or "discrete" with "discreet". Don't TYPE IN ALL CAPS; this is read as shouting and considered rude. (All-smalls is only slightly less annoying, as it's difficult to read. Alan Cox can get away with it, but you can't.)
More generally, if you write like a semi-literate b o o b you will very likely be ignored. So don't use instant-messaging shortcuts. Spelling "you" as "u" makes you look like a semi-literate b o o b to save two entire keystrokes.