I struggle with a single decision on a daily basis: do I leave copies of my work at my school for future students to reference, or do I let them struggle just like I did when I ventured down the path of programming?

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    If you leave completed work, they won't reference it. They'll copy + paste without reading it or understanding it.
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    No pain, no gain!
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    Let them struggle, it's the only way that they really understand what they are doing (or being a genius who understands everything by just reading it)
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    U are here because you struggled yourself.... u want them to be great, then let them fond their own paths to each and every problem, u might be surprised by the new answers u get as well
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    Let them struggle. Its the best way to learn. You can leave examples of SOME of your code documented and explained but for further exercises they'll need to suffer.
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