I haven’t tried any of those books. My advice though is that at this point what you probably need to cement your understanding is just to do it more. Learning to code is very much a matter of getting your hands dirty.
How long have you been programming for?
What about loops are you having difficulty with? Try to cement your understanding with loops first before even thinking about diving into recursion.
this might not relevant, but im playing scratch.mit.edu to helping my logical thinking.
it teach code block and javscript also like code block, maybe other programing language too.
I’ve heard of scratch, thanks.
Thanks for the recommendation, sounds great.
3 weeks isn’t very long, so I’d be impressed if you had completely mastered loops by now.
Programming is hard. Like really hard. A lot of people make it out to be this thing that everyone can learn, but in reality it’s just like any other field of engineering. It’s difficult, it’s gonna make you bash your head against the wall for hours, and it’s not always going to be the most enjoyable, and I can tell you that everyone is not willing to do that, but if you are that’s awesome. You’ll get better with it as long as you do enjoy the core aspects of it and genuinely want to understand it.
Yeah, cut yourself some slack. This is hard stuff, which is why it pays good money. While I was doing FCC I usually had a JS book I was skimming through - stopping on the things that confused me. Just keep learning and building things and moving forward.
can you tell me what book it is
If that’s directed at me…
Just read, seek things out. Some of it will be confusing, but it will get better with time.
Hi Kevin, what book did you use to help with JS? Would love any and all help!