Message from JavaScript discussions

April 2017

— E.g: if you want to print number from 1 to 10, you'll type: for (i = 0; i < 10; i++) { alert(i);}, i becomes 1, then 2 etc., you understand it if you learn it by making

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Yes! Because if your read it you are like "Ok. That's nice that it works like this" but reading is mostly just for one case and if you try around with your code you really see what you can do with one simple for loop

— Ye, usually I need a lot of time to understand simple concepts

— But when I do, I understand them 100%

— Also for the easiest concept

— Yes. And without knowing the basics it makes no sense to go deeper

— Ok, I think I'll releaarn the basic, too!

— I'll make some problem solving/logic exercise in Js

— To improve my problem solving skill and remember js

— dunklesToast do you know any problem solving program to make which is medium to solve (as logic part) but easy as concept (not deep stuff as propotype, I mean stuff with if, loop etc.)

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— Make change

— Write a little store with a cart object, and add/remove methods for the cart, then finally a checkout method with a money parameter

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