if you have no previous programming knowledge, it is normal that it is not easy… do not feel discouraged… it is not bad that you need to look at the solution, just make sure that after you see it you understand it. feel free to ask question on the forum if you do not understand why some code is correct. Or there are plenty of free videos that might help you understand some patterns.
You might also try to go through the challenges one more time and see if it will go better next time.
Even professional developers need to google the code snippets every day
Just do not give up and it will get better over time.
Feel free to post in the forum if you will have specific problems with some concepts or you can drop me a message.
Oh I see. I will keep moving forward in my learning. Okay. I’d have any questions I will message you. Is that okay for you?
I strongly encourage you to get through a challenge by looking at a solution as infrequently as possible. There are things that you learn by reading and understanding other people’s code, but it isn’t the same as learning how to solve the problem yourself. Think of it like learning to drive or ride a bike. You can watch someone do it and then figure out the physics of what they did, but that doesn’t teach your body how to control a moving vehicle.
I agree that looking at the solutions should be avoided. The forum is here so that we can give you small hints and you can build up to the answers yourself.
sure, message me anytime
Thank you my friend.
Let’s come back to the number one skill of a coder, it is persistence. This means keep sitting in front of your computer. You will face these bugs, you will do these mistakes, and they will drive you nuts. Most people will naturally give up. But you will stay at all costs! And if you do that, if you embrace all the problems you face as great learning opportunities, you will become a great coder.
P.S. Growth in life is only achieved by making yourself feel uncomfortable!