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Java Java Basics Using your New Tools Multiple Strings

Alex Koo
Alex Koo
317 Points

Hey! I'm new too this website and I have a little question. Do they expect us to fully memorize the whole thing?

Hey! I'm new too this website and I have a little question. Do they expect us to fully understand and memorize the whole concept? Like am I suppose to memorize all the codes before I move on to the next step? or am i good enough if i passed the quiz and they will keep reminding me at the future? Hope this made sense. Thanks!

2 Answers

While learning syntax is important, starting out, learning concepts should be your focus over memorizing code. More in depth courses down the line will re-visit what you have been learning. And if you forget something, google search is your friend : )

Hope this helps

Spacey Bread
Spacey Bread
6,256 Points

You have to try to memorize as much as you can but It is helpful to make notes like I do so that if you are stuck you can revisit them. If you forgot to note something down you can go back or look it up on Google

This should probably help