Debugging yet again. This is the third time getting into debugging. However, this time I actually got to code the debugging process. The accomplishment of surviving today was the completion of the debugging portion in freecodecamp.
The first two times learned about debugging I only read about it and made notes. So this time around it was hands on learning, which I feel like is the best way to learn.
I got to see common mistakes for the code to be faulty which are human errors. Errors such as wrong spelling, not closing out brackets/parentheses, and a mix of single and double quotes. The hardest error to spot for me was spotting an error in the global scope that was supposed to be in the local scope.
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