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I am making a project that uses stickers to make complex math equations in your web browser. I was wondering if anyone has any suggestions for how I can achieve this. Are there any courses on this subject? I am planning on doing this myself, so I'm not looking for code. If you think it will help me then please send a line of code and how I can use it. I am still pretty new to coding and would like this to be a fun project and learning experience for me. Thank you.

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I haven't tried anything for this yet. I am not even sure where to start on this project. I have an idea of exactly what I want to do, so now I need to learn the programming to make this happen.
Updated 9-Oct-20 7:29am

If you are new to coding then I suggest you start again with something less advanced. The first thing you need to learn is a useful computer language, and C# would be a good choice. Charles Petzold has written an excellent introduction to the language: .NET Book Zero by Charles Petzold[^].
iAm_Mystik 9-Oct-20 12:43pm
I started learning html for school last year and continued after that. I have been working with c# for the last 3 months and have made rock, paper, scissors games and calculators. I am looking to have an overarching goal and the chrome extension is just that. I'm not planning to make that the only thing I am working on or even top ten. It is just a large goal I am trying to achieve. Right now I am actually working with pathfinding algorithms and trying to figure out how to implement them into a program in a nice convenient way. I thought I would give a little more context as to what I am doing. Thank you for your comment.
Richard MacCutchan 9-Oct-20 14:06pm
So you are actually a lttle more than a complete beginner. See What are extensions? - Google Chrome[^] and W3Schools Online Web Tutorials[^] for more useful resources.
iAm_Mystik 9-Oct-20 14:11pm
Thank you for the help.
In addition to Richard's excellent suggestion, you may find this helpful to start with: How to Write Code to Solve a Problem, A Beginner's Guide[^] It doesn't tell you how to write your code, but hopefully starts you on the mental journey to being able to get from "problem" to "solution".

Good luck!

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