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Use only Sass not css ?

So after all sass courses , i'm thinking that when you start using sass you should only use sass and not write code in css compiled file if you want to add something, Am I right ?

1 Answer

If you update your CSS file after compiling you are going to see the styles applied on the browser but if you compile the CSS file again your updated code is going to disappear because originally the styles weren't in the scss files. So yes