Can you believe I spent an hour and a half on just two exercises. πŸ˜‚ That said I did p. well for a non-testing/non-exam situation just on those two. Grading two exercises can do well enough to pathetically boost my ego. Got an 81%.

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So I pretty much wrote both models (callback & promise) as different ways of getting the value of the local variable of the block to return when invoking the function its in or outputting the value[s] of the variable its contianed in. I'm glad I got a handle over promises syntactically for now, but I'm still kind of confused. The parameters in the promise's function don't ever seem to get defined, but work as their own functions in the block/nest? πŸ˜•

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Tidying up the room slightly, but I still have more and more paper to sift through and slowly shred. However, I did find this which I though I had simply lost. You always find things when you're not looking for them.

This is probably the closest Nishida gets to an explicit formulation of what he's getting at, but he does it by analogy and I can't always be sure how much the analogy extends.

me when I see younger people who seem to have their shit together more than I do

Just caught up on writing all the notes for the pages I read on Japanese grammar so now I can continue reading. Originally I was hoping to jsut use this book as reference, but have decided it makes more sense to actively study it.

This little ethernet cable buddy broke off. It was bound to so it's about time.

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