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Aliyu
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Have read and read and read all over over and over again and still don't understand JavaScript.....

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    Go straight to the point. Doing is the best way to learn. Copy some examples and modify them.
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    @Bybit260 really, and who or what am I going to copy?
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    @Aliyu Just go to w3schools, and do some examples.
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    freecodecamp has a set of general exercises that you can run through as well. Mdn is prob one of your better sources for general documentation
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    https://javascript30.com/
    JavaScript 30 — Build 30 things with vanilla JS in 30 days
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    While going through the tutorials mentioned here, also go on GitHub and grab some random JavaScript repos, or even just look at them, and try to break down what they are doing. Start with the smaller projects once you have a grasp of the basics from the tutorials. Seeing how other people structure their code in real projects will be an extra bonus that you don't get from the tutorials alone.

    I also struggle with JS, but actually getting my hands dirty with real code has by far been the most effective way for me to get better.
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    @heyheni thanks for the link
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    @88elabb thanks
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    @M1sf3t alright I'll check it out
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