i < videos.length1:16 with Craig Dennis
Thanks for hanging out!
You did it. 0:00 You completed another course. 0:01 Awesome jobs slurping up all this array of information. 0:02 You've successfully looped through every single one of this video. 0:06 This knowledge will for 0:09 sure change the way that you think about to solve the problems. 0:11 And most of your coding journey is just like this. 0:14 You learn new tools and then you can solve bigger and better problem. 0:16 Arrays are at the root of most things, 0:21 so I'm glad that you got a chance to get familiar with them. 0:23 Now don't get to caught up on the copying of arrays. 0:25 Remember, there's a pretty great abstraction around them called list and 0:28 that knowledge will soon be yours. 0:31 Lists and 0:33 more fun data structures are coming up pretty soon in your coding voyage. 0:34 I want to thank those of you who made your voice heard by requesting and voting for 0:38 this course. 0:42 I had fun with it and I hope you did too. 0:43 Arrays were specifically requested to be expanded upon. 0:45 Now originally, I had covered them a lot too briefly, and 0:49 you all let me know that you wanted more information about them. 0:52 So thanks for those who let their voice be heard. 0:55 And thank you in advance for doing the same. 0:57 We are all learning here, me too. 1:00 I'm trying my best to get you the information you need when you need it. 1:02 The best way for us to do that is with your feedback. 1:06 So please, let it be heard. 1:09 Check the teachers notes on how to do that. 1:11 Thanks so much for hanging out. 1:13 We'll see you real soon. 1:14
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