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Was looking for an app to see if there was one for free code camp to start learning python. Auto correct suggestion wasn't bad at all 😂
Found sololearn and happy with that for now

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  • 2
    Try enki
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    @J-2FA ah I didn't know thank you. Sololearn has a whole bunch of languages on it 👨‍💻
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    @ThaOneDude already have it. That's how I found DevRant from Enki related suggestions in Google play store!
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    And don't even bother looking in the q&a section in SoloLearn
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    erm
    okay
    SL
    SL Tutorials are OK for starters
    But please stay away from QA
    You'll lose brain cells.
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    @J-2FA Yeahh @arcadesdude I woukd recommend you download "Python Crash Course" and start reading from it, it takes you from complete beginner to making data visualizations, 2d games and websites with python and tgere is also the free "Think Python" book that is great as well.
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    One great thing that sololearn has is the fact that you can challenge other people on specific language. Besides that, the tutorial only covers the basics, but it's good to start learning a programming language.
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    @PrivateGER haha must be like the comment section on YT
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    @HRT-713 awesome thank you for the suggestions!
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    @arcadesdude And I would suggest you check out Colt Steele's new python course, although I haven't tried it, Colt Steele is a famous instructor and is quite good, Good Luck on your python journey!!!
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    Casually summoning @Michelle
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    @arcadesdude Trust me when I say this, SL is worse than YT comments.

    "But Private that's impossible"
    NO IT ISN'T
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    Sololearn and happy in the same sentence?

    hOW dARE YOU??

    SOLOLEARN AND HAPPY??

    N
    O
    0
    o
    °.

    NO
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    @theNox
    Your ritual has succeeded. I've arrived.
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    @Michelle perfect entrance
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