I know the whole theory, but I cannot apply it in practice😢
I know the whole theory, but I cannot apply it in practice, namely: when I sit down at the computer, I cannot start writing code on my own, I need an example code, and then I can code, sometimes I made a mistake (I did not publish these codes ) copying and modifying the code, I think it was a mistake, give me some coding advice and help me get rid of it
3/30/2021 5:53:35 AMAmirhon Atahanov
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Hey there Amirhon Atahanov, I think quite every programmer had this situation; even me. Perhaps at the beginning everyone set too complex goals and codes to start; the best solution, as i found it for personal experience, is to start really from the basics and start creating codes about them. It does the same whether they're trivial or not, the most important thing is learning something new. Try while practicing with simple codes to memorize and make sure you understood what you are doing, so that you can apply it easily in your next projects. If you don't remember something, try to revise the glossary or other resources; the most important thing is not to go and copy examples from other resources and just copy and paste every time you need them; try to remember and write your own the piece of code. And as the best tip I can give you, is to practice and practice; to revise and revise; to start with little projects, then, applying the learned in more complex codes in future :)
Use notepad for first time for learning code Amirhon Atahanov and not copy code from anyone start from basics coading and start making Small projects but you use own ideas yes, I realized it, but I did not publish these works
Your profile shows you completed all free code coaches in every langauge. Ok. I guess you do more of web dev. Forget about the world, learn at your own pace. You need not compete with others this soon. Learn more and more about the concept, and practise it regularly. You dont need to make complex codes, thatd just make things worse. Start small win big. Start with small, begginer friendly codes then go on for large projects.
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i can't understand what's your problem please describe clearly
You should try doing a code a day and try searching up on Google for a new thing you didn't know every day. Coping parts of other people's code is alright because , I also do that sometimes. But the most important thing is that you know what does your code mean and how it works and you understand your code.
i can't understand what's your problem please describe clearly if for some reason I know the whole theory but cannot apply it in practice
I can do every practical, but I might really bad in theory and lecture (obviously nothing to the point, but weirdly meaningless lengthy paragraph and lecture and making simple fact to complex system) it's the opposite for me
It's only natural . Just try and try and try till u become better . 😌😉 thanks for the kind words
Use notepad for first time for learning code i used it, but i'm not talking about the editor but about the code
copying the code is bad Yeah
Amirhon Atahanov yes, it's a solution too, but I suggest you for complex codes write it by yourself. I mean learning from others code is really helpful too, just avoid to copy and paste the code, then changing it for your needs. :) ;)
GHEZAL SHEFA Oh, thanks sis😉😁
Just u need to learn 0 and practice after that 1 than practice so it's habit use it. Then u seen yes of course, thanks a lot
Amirhon Atahanov thanks friend :) 😉
Amirhon Atahanov yes, it's a solution too, but I suggest you for complex codes write it by yourself. I mean learning from others code is really helpful too, just avoid to copy and paste the code, then changing it for your needs. :)
It's only natural . Just try and try and try till u become better . 😌😉
Amirhon Atahanov This means that you don’t understand what you write. This is exactly what would happen to me. At the beginning, I could not code without a tutorial and I could never understand my code since I would just follow along with the tutorial. You need to understand what you write. yes, I understand what I'm writing, but it's a little difficult to write myself
Major シ wow thanks for this lovely answer. Can I take other code as an example, then I won't understand what needs to be done?
Calvin Thomas Thanks, I'm trying