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Had a plan to master JavaScript in 4 months and then, cover HTML and CSS in the next 3 months followed by Java in the remaining 5 months.

10 years later, I am still learning JavaScript.

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  • 4
    Normal. These mf keep creating new frameworks every second so I will obvs. use vanilla js
  • 0
    for(int i =0; i<10; i++){//stuff}

    for(iterator i=c.begin(); i!=c.end(); ++i){//stuff}

    for(auto i : c){//stuff}

    for_each(c.begin(), c.end(), [](){//stuff})

    C++ here, and it goes on and on and on...
  • 0
    @Demolishun why c.end is not a read only property and a function?
  • 2
    @melezorus34 That is just how iterators are, I dunno.

    Edit: There is no symbol for end, its getting another iterator. begin() returns an iterator as well.
  • 1
    what? I learned javascript in 3 seconds and then all the other languages in the following 5, in my sleep, with my hands tied,
  • 3
    @JoseHdez2 ooh, so you're the guy who makes all those government websites..
  • 1
    @JoseHdez2 Sounds erotic to me
  • 1
    @JoseHdez2 some dudes are pro. I am sure if they are sent to space , the space would exceed resources.
  • 0
    I just want to write a tool that takes a basic framework with a suite of modular features, that then does an isomorphic tranform on the framework code, mixing and matching features, autouploads it under the name "[randomNoun].js" and then shitposts a few links to a dedicated twitter following.

    just let a bot generate new sligjtly different js frameworks so we can hurry up and get it over with.
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