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First of all,You have to take the basic knowledge of that programming after that you have to make the program
You can be good in coding by practising various algorithms which will clear your basics. After that you can work on small small projects to improve your coding skills. I think sololearn app is the best to practice coding problems.
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Do you know any website to practice any language ??
Go to course and practice and practice.. Work, work hehe..make learn fun 😊
work, work and work again...
Write simple programs, practice. Then more and more difficult, gradually learning more issues. Course, book, internet course even Solo Learn ...
You can practice on code playground.
Because the first thing is: Study the commands Then analyze them And in the end put them into practice if you don't put them into practice they will most likely be forgotten.
There's a reason the line “practice makes perfect”is tossed around. Every time you get more comfortable, or learn to make something new, you're a step closer to being a 'master'.
Sorry I don't know about the existence of such a site but sololear is very good for learning programming languages
You cannot master any language completely. The theory never ends. You could improve yourself by daily continuous practice. Try to learn new concepts,analyze your strength and weakness, work on your weakness, ask your doubts and most importantly try to code by yourself without someone's help. Then you will become a good programmer.
you need to put in the work, dedication... hours and hours of practice, creating your own projects, being creative with the language and exploring it in many ways as possible. avoid tutorials, use the official language's documentation + a good book to understand how the language actually works
Josué bro i can't understand your language 😕
P Learn,code and Practice 🙂🙂
Start coding and make lots of mistakes because you learn mostly by your mistakes/ errors in code.
First thing you should learn algorithm then learn step by step with online taturial video and practice theme . Then you find a reference book and study it and start to code what you learn finally make summary hins to review theme . In this situatin some things like codesheets help you ...then you shoud learn other things and try to combine new things you learn with old things you have learnt before. It is good practice. For example you combine html 4 with css and made a theme . When I learn html5 tried to chang my theme code to html5 ..... there are other things to master but I maybe say later . I thing the above thing I told to you is good for you . I wish you master in what you like 🙂
There is a Saying called"PRACTICE MAKES MAN PERFECT"...... Thus, a person must have Determination, Interest and Passion on any Language that he/she is to learn....Therefore, Practice is the only key for Perfection of any Programming Language.Then you must have a Basic Knowledge about that Language to Master the very specific Course.
By practicing continuously. There is no shortcut.
This is a good question. Thanks. 1. Learning consepts of a programming language can be easy as long as you invest enough time and effort in it. 2. Once you are familiar with a language, you should begin to work on your own projects. The real learning comes in this stage. In fact, you have no choice but to apply what you have learned into the real world as well as to learn new things on the go. 3. Teach it to someone who does not know programming but wants to learn. According to Feyrman (Sorry if I misspelled), if you can explain something in an easy way that even child could understand, you will know it fairly well. By teaching, you can also repeat what you have learned, meaning that it has a positive effect on your skills, as repetition is the mother of skill. Good luck, you can do it!