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Is learning from peers more effective than learning from courses ?

Courses from Sololearn are teacging you the basics of different coding method. It helps you to know the method. However, sometimes I follow the instructions from the courses doesn' t help me a lot. So I try to refer to peer' s code. I found that refering to peers code is more effective and easily to get it. I can learn faster when show a good sample to me, Coding is hard to learn with text, I think more samples show you how to do it is a better way to learn faster and know it.But I appreciate the courses too. Seems that courses are not really work on me. Do you have the same experience with me ?

9th Aug 2019, 5:41 AM
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I'd recommend both. Checking the codes of others tell how to do. Tutorials tell why to do.
9th Aug 2019, 7:04 AM
Seb TheS
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Seb TheS I agree with you. But although you know the reason and the function of the code, if you don' t know how to use, then you can' t use it properly and correctly. Still thanks for your comments :-)
9th Aug 2019, 7:24 AM
Cookie - avatar
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Learning from peers is collaborative and rewarding ....
9th Aug 2019, 2:53 PM
Sanjay Kamath
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