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does anyone recommend any learning techniques that works for them when trying to remember very basic code? (python)

python, basics, learning techniques.

21st Dec 2018, 3:22 PM
Christopher Evans ヽ༼◉ل͜◉༽ノ
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For making something stick in long term memory your brain needs repetition with gradually increasing time intervals. Coding a lot is definitely a good recommendation, but there will always be patterns you don't use as often, so some structured learning can help. What you want to remember 'brute force', repeat after one day, two days after that, four days after that and so on.
21st Dec 2018, 3:34 PM
HonFu - avatar
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Christopher Evans, yes, I'm doing it. I have written my own vocabulary trainer that does exactly what I explained, and I mainly use it to remember what I'm learning in Python, C, C++...
21st Dec 2018, 5:04 PM
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HonFu Sounds solid to me, thanks! Have you done this?
21st Dec 2018, 3:39 PM
Christopher Evans ヽ༼◉ل͜◉༽ノ
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I read programming textbooks.i love the Tony Gaddis textbooks.
21st Dec 2018, 6:34 PM
Victor Oliveros
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HonFu Victor Oliveros thanks for your input guys!
21st Dec 2018, 7:07 PM
Christopher Evans ヽ༼◉ل͜◉༽ノ
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Aditya Khandelwal many thanks my man
21st Dec 2018, 3:29 PM
Christopher Evans ヽ༼◉ل͜◉༽ノ
Python is one of the best languages which will be used in future with Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence. To practise in Python you need to make codes in every single projects and participate in different coding compitition and challenges offered at sololearn as well as sites as hackerrank, codechef ect. Constant practise on this platform will increase your knowledge as well as making code with perfection, you can also see different user codes and try to understand the logic and make code with that logics helps you to improve your skills This thraed first answer by @maz is great to start practising and improving your command in language https://www.sololearn.com/Discuss/437973/?ref=app
21st Dec 2018, 3:59 PM
MsJ - avatar