I really hate to make this my first post here, but I hate posts like this even more. I want to end world hunger, but I don't have the means to do it. Does that mean I shouldn't keep wishing for it?
He was asking a legitimate question, and I really think this post could've done without the smug response. We're not all coders.
I'm not sure if this was intentional but you misquoted me in your post.
The rest of the post (which was not quoted) has a more detailed, on topic answer to the original question. If I was bold I might even claim it was the only on topic response.
RE world hunger, it is unlikely to be solved in our lifetimes and one person is not going to solve it but you can help make a difference without solving it completely, http://www.bread.org/
(USA based, if you are not based in the US I suspect you already know of a similar local charity) sorry if this is off topic but this is a really good campaign (my wife has spoken for this organisation/organization a number of times so it would be remiss of me to not mention it) and slightly more useful than the turn this topic has taken. Wishing for world hunger to end is not a useful use of anyones time, do something tangible instead.