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1.) Learn new aspects of your language; 2.) write codes deliberately using what you learned; 3.) keep going.
i have a bit of that i put in 1 hour a day 5 days a week. but my biggest issue is that i dont know if i am studying correctly
oh ok honfu thank you all apply that now. what i did before was when learning new aspect of that code i try to memorize it and try it inside the “try it yourself” tab
So you already did the most important things: learn something new and use it! Problem is that the brain also forgets, so you got to make sure you KEEP using what you've learned. If you regularly write code (you should!), some things like loops or conditions or functions will be repeated over and over without you consciously trying. On the other hand, things you use more rarely you might forget, so at least for these it make sense to establish a repetition regime (repeat after doubling time interval).