I’ve nearly used up a thousand pages of a notebook on this, and I feel it’s less productive and time-consuming. I’d be glad if there’s a better way you all do it that I’m not aware of.
The main reason I write them down is for easy reference for later use, I’d be glad if you can give me a piece of proper advice on doing this better.
HI @officialayo540 !
Welcome to the forum!
If you are getting tired, then don’t focus so much on writing every single word and example down.
Just take a quick note about what that lesson was about.
For example, I just picked a random lesson which talks about the
That is a lot of text to copy, and as you mentioned you are filling up thousands of pages worth of notes.
It would be better to just have a quick description and small code example.
Something like this.
const is read-only which means that once a variable is assigned with
const , it cannot be reassigned
const FAV_PET = "Cats";
FAV_PET = "Dogs"; // console will display an error due to reassigning the value of FAV_PET
Taking that approach will make it a lot easier to review your notes.
Everyone has their preferred learning method and a lot of beginners will like to take notes and refer to them later. Once you start getting more comfortable with programming, then you will get more comfortable reading the documentation to reference concepts. But taking notes is a good way to learn too.
Hope that helps!
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