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Are tutorials detrimental?

Whenever I use stuff like codeacademy or freecodecamp or Sololearn I do the tutorials and assignments. Learn the syntaxes for python and follow along with everything but as soon as it comes to something like a project and im staring at the editor I have no idea how to implement the code and syntax that I been learning into a functioning program. Not even breaking it down to smaller problems help. Is this because I'm just following along the tutorials and its hindering me altogether or?

9th Sep 2020, 6:57 AM
Smitty werbenjagermanjensen
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Tutorals are just to know that how can you implement your view in a code. If you're not getting any idea of projects see around yourself. And think what you want to change. If you have difficulty in executing view to code.see more projects.then start with a small project and slowly harden your level . Take several small steps before a long jump . It will boost your jump.
9th Sep 2020, 7:09 AM
Divya Mohan
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