Quick response/advice on programming?

Good night!

In the study of JS often of stop that Google is not solved. Yes, the questions can be banal, but don't want to lose momentum. So Google for a relatively short time.

Does anyone know where the services can instantly answer the question about programming ? Type stackoverflow but there is a limit on the questions (especially unrated) .
April 7th 20 at 11:05
4 answers
April 7th 20 at 11:07
Yes corny catici sorts. I do not understand how can be something to learn, if you do not reside in the relevant circles. The same chat room at the JS in the cart: https://t.me/JS_learn
But because I hate it there, who asks simple questions that you can Google.
Gugleniya there is nothing wrong, on the contrary enrage people who don't know how to Google. This is the second skill of any person associated with the work for the PC, IMHO. Because in fact this is the most accurate and detailed answer you can find. And the people personally, you can just simply more available to explain any questions, but no more.

For example, I recently did the designer of the pictures and I was googling for 3 hours I guess, to understand what the browser has no API for editing the images as I have had dopirat to draw on the canvas. I'm just saying that I came to Google and learned a lot and now I can tell and from how it all works. And chalice I would not have helped. As if given from working code, then all bad.
April 7th 20 at 11:09
Yes, the questions can be banal, but don't want to lose the pace
Learn the theory, use OOP, keep your local collection of snippets/FAQ.

Scripture what I've learned.
Sample request: car=>speed:i,color:s
Immediately create a js-class-code to generate objects of a car that can skopipastit.
Etc.
April 7th 20 at 11:11
chats in telegram\discorde, if properly formulated question - I will answer quickly
April 7th 20 at 11:13

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