There's so much confusion as I started to learn new codes Forgot old codes
(i.e. what if we are weak in maths and alogrithms can we still code?) If you can solve a formula using a calculator, your math skills are good enough for most computer jobs. You definitely need algorithms skills to solve coding problems. In addition to coding things yourself, you should read how others solve the problems. Each person tends to solve a problem differently so I've learned new skills from people who couldn't even write a working program.
What ever you learn something new, try to implement it your code. Here's a link which has exercises for several languages: https://www.w3resource.com/c-programming-exercises/ There are also exercises for other languages, you can choose of your own choice.
Thank you for your reply John Wells, it seems that basics are important and the rest is hardly used. So we can survive if we have a sound grip in basics.
John Wells I want to ask you a question, many people say that coding needs maths if you are not good you can't be a good coder. Is that true? And how much is your experience in coding, and in that experience how much maths you have needed for codes?
I've coded professionally since 1973 and retired 2 years ago. You need to be able to take a formula and solve it once in a while, but with a calculator is fine. There are jobs that are pure math, but most hardly use any beyond simple operations you learned in the first 4 years of school. Logic operations (a small part of math) is important in order to code loops and if statements.
If you understand the concepts of a language, but forget the syntax, a compile error will quickly remind you what needs to be changed. Now that Kotlin is the main language I use, I forget putting semicolons in other languages and the Python colons always get forgotten. But, an error message reminds me to fix them. Occasionally, I even use a web search to find the syntax I forgot. But, because the basics are there, it doesn't slow me down more than a few seconds.
thankyou so much John Wells. I found it very helpful
thankyou for this helpful answer John wells ☺
If you don't want to forget what you've learned, try using what you've learned. Create a project where you will use it. That way it will be more difficult to forget it.
thankyou so much
what if we are weak in maths and alogrithms can we still code?
nautasxh Ahmad good question
you need practice to remember all
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