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louistafoya
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louistafoya
Front End Web Development Techdegree Student 5,056 Points

Question about rng practices

Is there a way to have a randomly generated problem-solving workshop that can be done multiple times for practice? I would love to do this exact one but a bit different or the code is written out and there has to be an edit to it but it is different each time. Is that possible for later practice and to gather a greater comprehension?

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Steven Parker
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The complexity of a program that generates similar but non-identical problems to solve would likely be beyond the level of the exercises that would be generated. While it can be done, my guess is long before you acquire the skills to create such a program, you'll no longer be interested in solving the kinds of exercises it would generate.   :see_no_evil:

But, for extra practice, there are a number of websites where people create programming challenges for other people to solve. One I've used before is Code Wars.