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@M1sf3t the book is perfect!
I'm just kinda freak that I ask so many questions
That's fine and quite natural.
It seems you're reading the right books.
From a certain break even point, you'll have gathered enough knowledge to answer your questions coming up by new readings.
Then, you'll either have to explain your solutions to your clients / surroundings or delegate to experts of your field.
At least, that's how it comes to me.
That's normal. Answer them from the internet if you can, read more if you can't. Traditionally this is how learning worked. (Except you'd ask a professor instead of google)
The more you know, the better you know how much you don't know.
dmonkey17621yIf you're talking about the "Rust Book" then I feel you
dmonkey17621yIt's the book of the Rust language. I don't liked it when I read it (some months ago, maybe they updated it)
That makes me think.
Depends on what kind of book you're reading, obviously.
But admittedly, I do feel stupid sometimes when reading books.
And it's a thing