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this is my first actual rant. I am trying to learn es6 right now and have encountered switch statements for the first time. after a 26 minute video explaining how to do switch statements (which is literally just the same kind of information on them that you can get from w3 or mdn I am given a large task with no practice to create a switch function that hold four values two values containing positive integers and two values accepting strings. then I have to be able to pass days and minutes through it.
an example solution after input would be:
I feel like this is too complicated with 26 minutes of information and no practice exercises to prepare for that.
let iSuck = "I'm really new to this, "
let reallyBad = "I truly have no clue about what I am doing."
console.log(iSuck + reallyBad);16