I haven’t had a chance to post in a bit, most times I have a time crunch working on this before my job. Anyways ive still been working on the 100 days of code challenge, I started this from the very beginning of Treehouse’s Beginner iOS Development course. Even though I was working on Enums, […]Read more "Day 10: Building in Struct’s"
On day 5 of the 100daysofcode challenge getting closer to working on Enum’s again. The structure of functions and init methods is one thing that made me start over on Treehouse. It bothers me when I can’t understand the process the compiler goes through to execute the code I write. There were to many instances […]Read more "Day 5: “FizzBuzz”"
I was thinking of switch statements wrong before. They are kind of like if statements in the way that they work and I made assumptions of naming things. After writing the switch syntax I have to write out the thing I want to switch. So if I have a dictionary with values I want to […]Read more "Day 4: Switch statements pt.2"
Working through the control flow section on Treehouse the next topic is switch statements. It’s basically a more neat version of writing if else and else if statements. It’s also nicer than writing out logical operators at times because its more clear what the code is doing. The examples given were based on an array […]Read more "Day3: Switch"
Day 2 on 100 days of code, working on if statements and logical operators. There are three kinds of logical operators that make writing code more readable. The operators are: && and, || or, ! not. /* A && B and both expressions must be true […]Read more "Day 2: Thinking of odd numbers"
Round 2 of 100 days of code starts today and im working with lessons on Treehouse. The last section I was working on was Enums and optionals before starting over again. I have a bad tendency to start from scratch after I stop being able to tell what every line of code does. Starting from […]Read more "Day 1: While Pulling items from an array"
Coding has always been something that has interested me. When at school or coffeshops I would see someone’s computer screen with a window containing strings of text usually in a black background. It’s pretty noticeable that they’re tinkering with something on the computer that most people don’t do. When I finally started to try to […]Read more "100 Days of Code part 2"