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Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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Sorry to hear that. :anguished:

But if you change your mind, remember you can come here and ask specific questions about things that are giving you trouble. Just be sure to share your code and provide a link to the relevant course page.

Also, if your very first language was C#, you might consider trying something else before giving up on coding entirely. JavaScript is the most popular language in the world, and it's a good bit easier to learn than C#. And Python may be even easier to learn, though it's quite different from most other languages so it may not be a good "stepping stone" if your ultimate aim is to learn something else. But it's very popular too, much more so than C#.