How to make a program . how to learn this. I am reading books, whatching tutorials, but still not imagine how i could do some | Sololearn: Learn to code for FREE!
Neuer Kurs! Jeder Programmierer sollte generative KI lernen!
Kostenlose Lektion ausprobieren
- 1

How to make a program . how to learn this. I am reading books, whatching tutorials, but still not imagine how i could do some

I cant use knowledge. I cant understand steps of creation.

14th Jun 2017, 5:19 PM
Nasibillo Muhamedov
Nasibillo Muhamedov - avatar
5 Antworten
+ 4
just don't worry try and try ..... whenever you stuck somewhere just ask from SL community they will help you...... and first complete your course ...
14th Jun 2017, 5:23 PM
#Happy@777 - avatar
+ 1
don't depends with videos and books, just you take one topic then practice it onto you rough paper(dry run) then execute to computer machine... and practice daily. don't forget.
14th Jun 2017, 5:25 PM
meherDev - avatar
+ 1
Don't let it intimidate you. It looks scary at first, but take it *one* step at a time. Learn one thing, the practice it 5-10 times in coding playground here or another program such as pycharm or processing. Once you start learning one new thing and make it work, you'll feel pretty excited, trust me. In classes (my university anyway), they start with one topic at a time. Then they would give you something to do, creating a program using this method you just learned. Sololearn follows the same process, if not really compressed. Generally speaking in python, you want to learn (not necessarily in this order): >Learning basic data types (integers, floats, strings, Boolean) >variables >printing to console >user input >expressions with variables (a + b) >functions (how they work, how to make one) >returning values from functions >commenting code (docstring/#comments) >conditions (if/elif/else) >loops (while and for loops) >Methods with strings (helps teach their basic functionality) >lists (basics/How to find something in a list/etc) >working with strings (good to do after lists since they have similar behavior) >dictionaries >importing libraries (ex: random, and how to use them) >List comprehension >recursive functions (what the purpose and use of it is) >learning binary >learning hex At this point, *fundamentals* have all been learned. These are the most BASIC of python. Yes, of course there's far far more like classes and what not. But with fundamentals, you are at a point that you can (in theory), make almost anything you want. The rest after is adding to complexity and efficiency. Of course there are far more important things after, but the basics always come first. It looks scary, but the list above might help you. One at a time. If you ever feel overwhelmed, ask for help here.
14th Jun 2017, 7:17 PM
python is vast after the basic course get yourself an idea then google up how to do it get yourself a project
14th Jun 2017, 5:49 PM
Abdur-Rahmaan Janhangeer
Abdur-Rahmaan Janhangeer - avatar
- 1
fine sapphire
14th Jun 2017, 7:18 PM
Abdur-Rahmaan Janhangeer
Abdur-Rahmaan Janhangeer - avatar