@crisberrios Sorry. I use Python the most . So my mindset is geared towards it a bit. That's why I never thought of this particular condition. Direct initialization from an arbitrary index is valid in JS but invalid in Python :P
hehe don't worry, I'm still trying to change mi mindset from C/C# to JS
@crisberrios Will think about it though. But for now . Buenas Noches :) Adiós
JS is the awesome. Better object model than a class oriented language (imo), functions are first class citizens, closure support… it’s just dreamy
and with es6 and support for tail recursion….
not sure what else you could ask for in a programming language
that’d be pretty cool
@terakilobyte when i say debugging. i mean using the dev tools in chrome or other browsers, not console.log. :P
the way bonfire works I’m not sure that’s possible, though it may be
put a debugger; statement in a bonfire and see what happens. ;)
ah, it hits the statement and shows it in the debugger, but the sandbox times out.
well, back to work. putting together an input form for my assigned project
@dannyfritz yeah the sandbox will be destroyed after 3 seconds
I might be able to write a debug mode for it
but at that point all safety is abandoned
though if you’re using your debugger you probably won’t write an infinite loop
Carlos Toro Vera
I have a little question
@carmelo12341 me puedes enviar un PM en español si te es más fácil así
we’d prefer if questions pertaining to challenges were asked in the open, even if in Spanish
these rooms are logged, and eventually we’ll be doing somethign useful with that
ljk :point_up: February 14 2015 2:56 PM Yeah I still want to get my method to work, and did not expect a totally different solution. This one is still troubling me. @terakilobyte it would be nice if we could come back to various bonfires to review them. Maybe rate comfort with how we solved it, kind of like a smart learning system.