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Examples in teachers notes
I notice this course doesn’t have the general python code being used along with examples in the teachers notes. What is the best way to approach each lesson if no examples or general code is presented in the teachers notes?
Jonathan GrieveTreehouse Moderator 90,683 Points
In the absence of any code provided in the teachers notes you can simply follow along from the video.
To follow along from the start of the project I would recommend the following.
- Take all the time you need to let what's being taught.
- Rewind and fast forward bits if you feel like you've missed something.
- Likewise it could be that the info you need in a former video.
- You can also download the project files where very often you'll be able to get up to speed with any code from the start or the video.
Teachers use the teachers notes tab in different ways and will post any further information they think you need for a video there and will mention it in the video.
If that information is missing, let Support know and they'll make sure it gets added in.