Create small projects with any language you like most.
e.g. a calculator,
a web design,
a temperature converter,
Making projects makes you master the language as you gain more knowledge each time you build a thing using that programming language.
Rajeshwari Dadaji Ahire If you are learning than that's great, what I would suggest you is pick one domain and work on it alone. If you want to do web design then do that for sometime. If you like C or C++ then use that to solve problems in competitive websites. You get what I'm trying to say?
Do not get me wrong but have you mastered any language? I mean are you confident in any of the languages you learnt? Can you answer a critical question in those languages, if not then please you need to check that where have you gone wrong. And also you should not learn so many languages at once.
You have learned the basics of 13 programming languages.
Now you must choose one of them and make challenges and code over this language. You will see you need to learn more.
If you wanna be great as programmer you must show everyone your skills are the best and you can only get with efforts and hard work.
That's I think about the matter.
Now it's time to start making some projects like to-do list, tic tac toe etc so that you can get a feel about implementation of a language. After making basic projects you can start doing challenges .
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Congratulations Dadaji, u have knowledge of many languages, it takes hardwork and discipline. People say one mastered on one languages is better than one who knows many languages only on the surface. Good luck in finding that one language that u will have fun with in Ur next project. Small step does matter, happy start on ur own coding project. 🙏🏻😊
Start reading orielly books, they have great examples, or functional programming
IMO, you should concentrate on one language by looking at it from different angles.
Try to build a firewall/proxy in different languages & that should Challenge a lot.