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4:45 PM, Sunday November 7th 2021
edited at 5:01 PM, Nov 7th 2021

Thank you so much for giving this a critique (I didn't receive a notification for it, am sorry if this is late)

Can you further elaborate on the Boxes part, I don't understand what you mean exactly

and as always, thank you for giving this a critique :)

P.S: I have done the 250 boxes challenge too.

edited at 5:01 PM, Nov 7th 2021
6:24 PM, Tuesday January 11th 2022

Don't worry about it too much, just remember this part of the boxes section on lesson 1 and keep that in mind, plus what you've learned doing boxes

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