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Documentation - how to use that to learn?

How do you use documentation to learn more about something you are in doubt? I had tried to use Python Documentation to learn more about libraries, but many time it seems to be fullfilled of information that does not make sense for me. I don't know how to read and put that in practice. How do you use documentation to learn?

17th Mar 2021, 2:22 AM
▲TopGun ▲
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i do a google search for the python code to see if someone else was able to answer the question in a way im able to understand it. most of the answers i find are from stackoverflow. i probably read several resources and blogs. i also like to use jupyter notebooks in VS Code to run the codes in small chunks to understand what it is doing. i often run a cell hundreds of times before i am comfortable.
17th Mar 2021, 2:38 AM
you are smart. you are brave.
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you should dive into python documentation: that's the first and best source to increase your python skills... when a topic seems unclear to you, then search for other sources, but progressively you will see that python doc becomes minimalistic from fullfilled informations ^^
17th Mar 2021, 5:16 AM
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18th Mar 2021, 11:15 AM
Mujeeb Adeyanju Sunmola
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