Program or excel formula? You can't call such a teeny weeny thing a programsdkks wrote:Congratulations.
Mine's been waiting over 6 months (187 DAYS 10 HOURS 23 MINUTES 56 SECONDS 36 SPLITSECONDS ), it feels so boring to wait that I even made a small programme for excel to see how long it has been.
Not being rejected quickly is a relief, but when it is over 6 months, it makes you anxious. Feels good to know 8 months waited application can be approved too.
I was working as a midlevel technical executive in my country, I applied with sponsorship of my wife, even if i'm not desparate, I'm still worried. I don't know why it is taking so long.
You are talking about VBA macros, I seesdkks wrote:You can embed codes into excel sheets, as an extra to formulas, after you right click on the sheet itself.
When I studied English many years ago, my "Langenscheidt" dictionary mentioned that programme is a French word, can be used too.
I don't have it now, here what wiktionary says
UK: programme is used in all cases except for computer code, in which case program is generally used. Older sources may use programme for computer code.
I guess "me" part is trimmed by time because it is not pronounced in English.
I even programmed a serial communication protocol for a set of very basic level of microcontrollers that does not have any sort of native communication interface when I was a student. That was small in size too, but had an elegant thought in the way it was made. I rather call it program than code or script.
It is a trend already. Most Indian applicants are made to wait 8-9 months in the past 1 year. No matter how good or bad the applicant is. Some have got rejected and some approved.sdkks wrote:I knew the function already. My point is different. Extra code use is necessary when functions are not enough.
8 months and counting, now this is a testing wait. Let's hope this doesn't become a trend with ICA, applications waiting to reach a year.