Time and time again I am asked to do something that hasn't been taught yet and you are forced to look in the help section only to see that people are using code that hasn't even been covered and in doing so you are exposed to 95% of the work that needs to be done and can complete the task without actually learning anything except for the existence of the portion of the code that you didn't know about and without even know what it does are how it's properly used you are able to complete the work. I find that extremely counterproductive. Why can't CodeGym just put the work in the proper section and be done with it? Why cause all this mucking about and really disrupting the flow of the learning experience and the flow of the whole program?