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What To Do Before Your Code Studio Meeting
- Formulate your question very specifically:
- What are you trying to accomplish?
- How much have you gotten to work?
- Where are you having a problem?
- what class are you doing this project for (if any)
- Send your tutor the answers to these questions
- Search Google, Stack Overflow and Online Forums for these questions
- Look up your problem on Codecademy
- Clean up your code, and strip away as much as possible to narrow in on the specific issue
- Comment your code (pseudo-code tutorial)
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