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  • _Oct 30_ input output first lesson

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    This is an intro to javascript. first lesson haya and tim

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hayaodeh
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day2_100days
day2_100daysThis is my second day of 100 days of code
hayaodeh
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day1_100 days Python
day1_100 days Python Check out what I did on my first day of Python with #replit100daysofcode!
hayaodeh
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4 years ago
I follow Clever Programmer, what about you?
mwilki7
mwilki7
suckerpinch4 years ago
ChristopherOkor
ChristopherOkor
i watch a small cannel cause i made it and its nice4 years ago
PAULX
PAULX
i follow The Morpheus Turtorials, but it is a german youtube channel.4 years ago
hayaodeh
hayaodeh
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4 years ago
I'm learning how to code more with Timmy and this is a simple calculator we built together.
Simple calculator
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JanMonllao
JanMonllao
noice 2 years ago
Zavexeon
Zavexeon
Nice. :D Hi, Haya. Been a while.4 years ago
theangryepicbanana
theangryepicbanana
gj4 years ago
hayaodeh
hayaodeh
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4 years ago
I decided to dedicate one hour a week to learn more programming. please tell me how I'm doing and how can I get better
_Oct 30_ input output first lesson
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HappyFakeboulde
HappyFakeboulde
you should have semicolons on the ends of your lines4 years ago
hayaodeh
hayaodeh
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4 years ago
I'm learning more how to code with @timmyichen what do you think I should learn?
HarveyH
HarveyH
Python is an easy language to learn, however, if you want a harder challenge or want to be more effective in graphical coding, do C# or C++.4 years ago
PYer
PYer
If you want to create a website, html5, css, and JS ~(Obviously)~. If you want to do cool stuff in a terminal, I would use python or js. Python for the simpleness, js, no idea why, but others recommend it so I will to. You could also use perl or ruby. Those are both good languages.4 years ago
timmy_i_chen
timmy_i_chen
Context for everyone else: We're learning JavaScript and in our first lesson we just went over basic I/O - readlineSync.question() for input, console.log() for output. @hayaodeh, here's your homework: Exercise 1: Pay Calculator Write a program that will calculate someone's weekly pay. You'll need to ask the user how much they earn per hour, and how many hours they worked in the week. Ignore any other mechanics like overtime or taxes. :) Exercise 2 The US imperial system for measurement su4 years ago
hayaodeh
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4 years ago
There are so many different YouTube channels and influencers, I don't know who to follow.
misterh01
misterh01
Programming related:- the new boston guy, sentdex, tech with tim, travery media Freecodecamp and other i dont remember4 years ago
hayaodeh
hayaodeh
Thanks everyone for your answers, I like to follow and watch ATHLEAN-X, I'll check the ones you recommended. 4 years ago
DanielSchumache
DanielSchumache
The commentary community has a lot of great people to watch (eg. Kwite, KingAni, FPS Diesel, The Rest Of The People Who Make Videos With Them, Pyrocynical, etc.).4 years ago
hayaodeh
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5 years ago
https://repl.it/@hayaodeh/99-bottles-of-beer-lyrics This is one of my first assignments in learning javascript.
AnimalLover09
AnimalLover09
I made a similar project except that it uses 10 bottles. (https://repl.it/@AnimalLover09/Bottles-Dropping) 2 years ago
ArnavGhosh
ArnavGhosh
I'm literally Kek-ing so hard, lmao.2 years ago
masfrost
masfrost
You got the loops!5 years ago