I have experience coding HTML and CSS, but I am currently facing difficulties with JavaScript because I haven’t studied it yet. Therefore, I would appreciate some advice or guidance to help me improve my understanding of JavaScript.

Hi there and welcome to our community!

You don’t need to be brilliant at maths to work with Javascript.

I would recommend starting with the Javascript Algorithms and Data Structures Certification here on FCC.

This will give you an excellent foundation in the basics of Javascript.

yeah im trying study it, but it’s look like it related to the math so here are troubles that i couldn’t have the knowledge to understand it.

Most math you’ll run into is either “computer science math” or “domain specific math”.

“Computer science math” is math that is only learned if you are learning “computer science”, either at school as part of a degree, or indirectly from coding. Examples would be algorithms and data structures, Boolean algebra, and finite automata. Outside of CS, this sort of math basically never comes up. If you don’t study these directly, you’ll eventually learn them just by doing coding.

“domain specific math” is math that is specific to what problem your solving with code. This is where “normal” math can appear and require you to maybe get some external help to check what your doing. Its called “domain specific” because its **specific to the domain of work your code is working with**. That domain could be basic calculations, physics calculations, or something like statistics. **You don’t need to be an expert, just able to learn and apply the necessary rules to get things working.**

You don’t need to be a math wiz to be a programmer, just being able to pickup as you go should be good enough to solve any problem once you get going.

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If you know how to do addition and subtraction, you’ll be able to figure out how to do programming.

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