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How hard was it for you to learn programming/coding?

Drago

Drago

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Simple question. :p

It's very hard for me. I know basic HTML and very little JavaScript. Owning a website and constantly using HTML is helping me on that aspect, but since it is a free host (Webs),there's not too much I can do, or too much experience to be had.

I would love to learn all the in-depth coding and programming, but it's difficult for me to memorize something I don't use on a daily basis.
 
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mikelouis

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HTML is simple. I find learned it in a few weeks and now am one guru in the language. I can develop several sites without much reference to my books. I only do that to confirm something. Also understand that you can never be perfect in all languages.
 

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