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Python Python Basics Types and Branching Comparisons

Sean Flanagan
Sean Flanagan
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Thank you Craig Dennis for recommending the Treehouse community. Often when I check out the questions in the community to see if I can help, they've already been answered. That's not a criticism of those who have beaten me to it; it's a compliment, it reflects well on those people.

Is it still worth looking, in order to enrich our learning experience, perhaps?

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It is worth looking and going through the question/solution for practice. There are also questions that have alternative solutions, a clearer explanation or additional information that can be provided. Feel free to post or filter the forum by unanswered questions to see what's out there. Some questions pass by unanswered because they seem like they'd take too long to answer but the person still needs help or would appreciate input.