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Java Java Basics Perfecting the Prototype Looping until the value passes

Stuart Jessiman
Stuart Jessiman
465 Points

Do you find help here easy to find?

I want to do is go back to parts of the course I need to review and remind myself what to do, but I don't find the experience that good. I'm looping on an exercise I cannot do. It's a syntax thing which I could work out for myself if I can easily return to an earlier part of the course.Am I missing a button or link somewhere?


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2 Answers

Jason Anders
Jason Anders
Treehouse Moderator 145,623 Points

Hey Stuart,

You can navigate your course by using the little buttons above the video. If it has a checkmark, it means you watched it, but if you click on it, you go to that video.

You can also click the name of the section you are on to go back to the main course outline, from there you can navigate to any part of the course and any video/quiz/challenge in that part.

Hope that helps. :)

Keep coding! :dizzy:

Part 1: Go back to a few off the previous video's, exercises and questions and go through these again. Part 2: Search on google and look through it's answers. part 3: Go through the treehouse community look for answers first then ask specific questions. By the way sometimes you need to take a break to let it all sink in. You're brain needs some time to let it settle. When you back later you will be able to get it right.