I don't understand why Jumble is Mystery 4. Can you explain?
var jumble = mystery3(hidden); assigns the ret. val. of
I don't understand why:
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What does the return do?
return? There're a lot of them
Why does param become mystery2?
In this line,
var jumble = mystery3(hidden); ,
hidden is passed to
mystery2 because of
var hidden = mystery(3);
mystery2 is passed to
I'm really sorry for all these questions which are most likely very basic.
No, actually, this stuff is confusing. Important to understand, but everyone has a tough time grasping this initially, so no worries!