In this post I share some of my experiences with the Basic Algorithm Scripting exercises which make up the Free Code Camp Front End Web Development Certificate.
In this Free Code Camp bonfire you will learn how to find specific words/letters in a string and check back to see if it was in the original string. I’m sure something like this would be quite helpful when sifting through ton’s of data on a page. Here’s how I solved the problem:
In this Free Code Camp bonfire I’ll show you how to truncate a string, a useful piece of code which can be used whenever you want to create an excerpt that says read more…
Repeat a string (first argument) n times (second argument). Return an empty string if n is a negative number. This is a super simple problem involving an if else statement. There’s not much to it, so let’s dive in and take a look.
In this Free Code Camp Bonfire Exercise we are asked to confirm the ending of a particular string. We are given two words and asked to find out whether word ONE ends with the start of word TWO. (more…)