oh my God this is like a riddle to me lol
It's confusing, Yana, so don't feel like you're the only one. I was confused, most were when starting out with this. Being able to understand this is important.
Feel free of course to skip over, come back to this later, ask questions of us, etc.
I point out some resources below.
His response was "Who the hell creates an array of functions!?!"
- A well-known and oft used promise tool. Helps asynchronous programming avoid "callback hell"
- Search for
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- So, this is a real-world example, and I'm sure there're many others
But, note there are no arrays of functions here.
I am going to keep at it I just want to know is this something we can expect in the field or are these exercises meant for us to grasp the fundamentals of how things work.
In the field, except more complex.
And it's an exercise to grasp how things work.
I can provide examples of functions within functions, etc., have posted these somewhere or other in the forums, and Q contains many it seems, too.
If you do have some questions, please ask, and make them as specific as possible. I personally think the best resource is this:
Others have preferred the first 2 or 3 explanations in a higher-up post