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Currently, I'm new to JavaScript. It's my first time taking a Computer Science class. I created my first code, today I asked a question on the website "stackoverflow" and everyone agreed that my code was messy. Nevertheless, what are some websites to study JavaScript or improve my coding. All answers, are truly appreciated. Thank you.
Posted 3-Oct-12 10:00am

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Sure:[^] (this one is not a joke, you can really learn a lot from this article, especially if you also follow the references),[^],[^].

And, with a twist, but highly recommended:[^],[^],[^],[^] (this is the best place to start with).

No doubt, there are more.


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