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I find that the questions in the challenges tend to have a trick or twist that you have to figure out. Given the brief time we have to answer each question I think that I would learn quicker with straightforward questions. I often have to go over the reasoning when i get the wrong answer. Maybe I just can’t keep up.....

28th Jun 2019, 7:05 PM
Roger Nunn
Roger Nunn - avatar
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Roger Nunn hi 👋, At the first challenges is not really defined how good you are in any particular coding language the main thing is how you complete and accomplish any project by using various learned and gained knowledge Secondly challenges is only for fun and learn some tricks which may help some time and some challenges even not have any practical use so instead of loosing hopes by challenges just try to make unique codes that will be more good for you as an beginner And you surely keep up at challenges too by practising but that's really not required you just go through them learn the logic of the code by executing at code section and understand the logic behind that you will started to feel good :-P
28th Jun 2019, 7:26 PM
MsJ - avatar
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29th Jun 2019, 1:06 PM
ReneG - avatar