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What is the true way to study programming languages ?

Tell me serial wise please. I want only order.

29th Sep 2020, 5:32 PM
Karan - avatar
25 Answers
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Before you go into Programming You need to ask yourself questions like 1. What is programming? 2. Why I'm I going into programming? 3. What programming language do I want to learn ? 4. What problem do I want to solve? When you're done answering the questions, you can then consider the order. If you're going into Web Development, you must learn HTML, CSS and Javascript first And then you decide if you're focusing on front-end or backend development. For the front-end, you can learn frameworks like Vue, Jquery or React For backend, you can learn python together with the Django framework and you can also learn php together with the Laravel framework but I recommend Python. If you want to be good in programming, make Google your friend and I'll advice you not to depend on SoloLearn. As a beginner, you can use http://w3schools.com and if you run into problems, always visit Stack Overflow and endeavor to download tutorials from YouTube. DM for more.. I've reached the maximum limit of characters here.
1st Oct 2020, 8:08 AM
Eriline - avatar
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I remember the first program I wrote was to make money, I had no knowledge of C#. I just committed myself to doing the work and raising my knowledge at the same time. I collected similar samples from different sites. It was hard at first but no pain no gain!! Use StackOverFlow, code project and github.com, i never recommended to use SoloLearn lonely. SoloLearn is only for training and asking questions. In SoloLearn, Unfortunately, due to the in-app execution of the program, full example codes are rarely found
29th Sep 2020, 6:13 PM
hossein B
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First learn then practice 😊
29th Sep 2020, 5:40 PM
Rudra Pratap Singh
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The Best Ways to Teach Yourself to Code Ask yourself: Why do you want to learn how to code? Choose the right programming language. Try out some online courses. Focus on learning computational thinking. Get a book. Check out some interactive tutorials or coding games. Try a kid's toy. Teach your favorite devices (and assistants) new tricks. . Practice with personal projects: Without applying your coding skills in a few projects, you wouldn’t even be considered for professional coding gigs—so start planning and practicing.
1st Oct 2020, 2:35 AM
Anil Baiga
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You can use different websites (for learning) Such as: Sololern also https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.w3schools.com/&ved=2ahUKEwjc85_RkpPsAhXIDOwKHd5GBQUQFjAAegQICxAD&usg=AOvVaw3Z63kcF6aawsbVZrfSzalJ Then read books and practice on it But at the first choose your way Bake end or front end Hope it is useful
1st Oct 2020, 10:08 AM
Donya Khoobani
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Read books 📚 and documentations
29th Sep 2020, 6:02 PM
Shahghasi Adil
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these sololearn apps are the right and wrong way to go
30th Sep 2020, 4:03 PM
Gaming House
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30th Sep 2020, 6:46 PM
Fenix B Monsanto
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First of all. What's your priority? I ask yourself. If you want to become a FrontEnd developer, firstly you must learn HTML, CSS, JavaScript. Step by step you'll understand what you should do. I'm also learning CSS, JavaScript, completed HTML. If it's helpful, I'm so delighted
1st Oct 2020, 8:57 AM
Infra DIG
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Clara Chloe couldn't have said it better. I think you should start with JavaScript then Java. Or first C# then C++.
29th Sep 2020, 5:53 PM
Vatsal Sharma
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My approach in learning is pretty simple and works just fine for me, can't tell if it will work for you as everybody tends to learn very different as we process information different ( very individual). In saying that lots of people i know tend to learn through the hand. Which means as much as learning by doing, provided you alleeady know the basics. So my first step is allways to hit up some learning platform. I like using sololearn as first go to when it comes to learn a totally new field, like lets say js or c++,. As i know i will get some basic understanding of what the syntax is looking like. At this point , depending of my previous knowledge i be able to build my first app with that certain language ( may be just a Hello World). After that i just step things up. Look for projects you like to build and go big. Most important is fail. Fail a lot in fact because when you fail you will have to read up and thats when you truely learn. Reading for learning, repetition for remembering and understanding;)
1st Oct 2020, 7:42 AM
jack - avatar
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Learn while you practice keep practicing every day. Never give up
1st Oct 2020, 9:17 AM
I'm Esmail 🌟
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Do practice and learn documentations
1st Oct 2020, 9:32 AM
@coder_rahult - avatar
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1. Learn the concepts 2. Create a program using those concepts
1st Oct 2020, 12:32 PM
Bittu Kumar
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Project-based learning is the way to go. You can have the choice to either learn along the way on a project, or learn concepts first and then apply them to a project, of which most people prefer the latter.
1st Oct 2020, 12:45 PM
Michael David
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One language at time. Set goals. What you like to do? Web dev, DS, Game / software programming? If you just like to coder without knowing what kind, you are lost. Watch youtube courses and practice same time. Get mentor and practice practice practice.. make excercises, quiz, small -easy-projects.
30th Sep 2020, 8:53 AM
Kari Huhtala
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In html, When i use / for ending code it displays the same results as without / why?plz answer me also
1st Oct 2020, 9:18 AM
shubham Bhati
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I guess practice...am still new to it
1st Oct 2020, 12:21 PM
Jason Sharp
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Udemy is best platform to learn. And Sololearn is best to start.
1st Oct 2020, 12:29 PM
Prasannakumar naik
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'html' in short.
29th Sep 2020, 6:33 PM
SEMIR - avatar