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Java Java Basics Using your New Tools Multiple Strings

I have done the first stage of the java basics course but feel like i still don't know what is going. How to start over?

How do I go about in restarting a stage in a course?

2 Answers

Ignazio Calo
Ignazio Calo
Courses Plus Student 1,819 Points

I think is totally fine to have a bit (or a lot) of confusion when you start something new. At the beginning the code looks like a spell...you type something or just copy paste from somewhere and it works, but you don't really see the whole picture. I don't have a any good advice, I can only tell you that with time and exercise everything become more clear. I would suggest you to make small examples, like "write a function to add two number" or "write a program to guess a secret word" and stuffs like this.

Danny B
Danny B
8,074 Points

When i get lost i like to watch it over again and try to pick up on anything i missed.

Repetition is the path to mastery.