I have built the Multiplication table 3 different ways.
Error code is 10x10 Table / Array is not *initialized / instantiated. No clue ... see code

package en.codegym.task.pro.task05.task0509;
// import java.io.;
/*
Multiplication table
*/
public class Solution {
public static int[][] MULTIPLICATION_TABLE;
public static void main(String[] args) throws Exception {
// public static int[][] MULTIPLICATION_TABLE(int i, int j);
// int [][] = new int[i][j];
// int[][] dataBrick = new int[][];
// dataBrick = MULTIPLICATION_TABLE int();
int row = 0;
int i = 1;
while ( i <= 10 ) {
int j = 1;
while ( j <= 10 ) {
row = row + j;
System.out.print(i * j + " ");
j++; }
System.out.println(""); i++;
}
}
}

The total assembly and flow of all the code to solve this -- without enough experience -- is WHY people bail out of Code Gym and quit." I'll have to disagree with you on this. People quit because their learning expectations are far greater than the reality of actually learning. It will take 100's of hours (maybe even 1000's) of reading and practice to become proficient. You don't need to look far online to find articles describing how hard it is to begin learning to program, and it doesn't matter which language or what learning platform you start with. Just type into google "why is programming so hard" and see how many articles through the years were written. Type into google "easy way to learn programming" or "tips to learning programming" and try to find one that makes sense (none of the tips are "revolutionary", typically along the lines of "just do it" and "dont give up"). I don't say this to be disparaging to you or imply that you are not smart enough, I believe programming is a skill that everyone can do with a little bit of help. I hang out a lot in Discord and you can ask me questions there if you need any further explanation/help. Here is the link: discord