Thank you for the response and thank you for the love lol. Although I have been trying to work hard (life gets in the way too much… lost 8 days because of a very serious illness my father had) on everything, I have to say that you all make it way easier than expected. Example (EXTREME thanks for the Python3 course dev for this) I went from being absolutely lost at the beginning of Asymptotic Notation and all the sorting algorithms, to absolutely loving to write it within an hour or two. You have explained it so well that I have taken over 50 pages of notes (because you hit the right points) in the past two months.
You all have become my university and a huge part of my displeasure with life was the fact that nothing sparked a fire in my soul, until I found this. It’s not even the gratification of seeing the program work, it’s writing it, the syntax, the originality of Python (like how ‘on the fly’ variable declaration is unique to Python) and its flexibility (Don’t get me wrong, i’m looking forward to learning more stuff like C++ and others [going to start learning Django too… just because ]) but python has become a passion.
Anyway, sorry for the babbling, thank you again for your response @natalia-rodriguez it made my week. It’s really like if a person who loves …sigh I know None of them… Angelina Joele (forgive misspelling if you love her lol) were to meet her one day. Reason being, you all are making a difference in the world and that’s what should be praised, not actors (or as other countries courts say… professional liars) so once again, thank you.
Your work is recognized ** ALL OF YOU ** and beyond appreciated. <3