Hi @TheOctagon3323 !
I understand wanting to look at the answer because the problem is hard to solve.
We have all been there and we just wanted to move onto the next problem.
But you have to remember that looking at solutions and reverse engineering it is just one type of skill.
You still have to invest in learning how to problem solve and coming up with your solutions.
Taking a look at your last post concerning record collection, I have some tips to help with your problem solving skills.
Record collection trips a lot of people up including myself when I worked on it.
But the issue I realized was that I did not know how to break up a problem and test my code along the way.
When you get these types of problems, focus on the tackling the first condition and testing that.
Then if you can’t get it to work, come to the forum and ask for help with the first condition.
Then when you figure that out, move onto the second condition.
Test as you go, ask questions and don’t move onto the next condition until you have worked out the current one.
If you take that approach, then the errors won’t pile up on you and you will be able to effectively break down hard problems and solve them.
Hope that helps!