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What's an efficient and truly effective way to study and practice programming?

basically, i dont wanna fall off the boat this time. ive tried coding before but feeling like ill never TRULY know how to code and one day and make games with bungie or something, its alot to take in and alot to remember. but this time im deeper than before and wanna know from someone more professional, someone who knows coding really well to give me advice on how i can better understand things. its hard to even understand what things are saying sometimes like passing arguments, etc. THANKS FOR ALL ADVICE

6th Apr 2017, 11:55 AM
Seth T
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the best way is practice a topic after you completed a topic and practice makes perfect 😁😁😁
6th Apr 2017, 12:20 PM
Leon lit
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its up to you, but it's better to complete it first and then start practicing the topic that you're weak at..... 😶😶😶
6th Apr 2017, 12:28 PM
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yes like write even what you know bc sometimes you may need something in that code you don't know and vocabulary is also important but like here this what I do. make a section chapter explanation of it vocabulary than example codes like like <h1> <p> etc
6th Apr 2017, 12:24 PM
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I am not the best but it's all practice and learning take notes like I write all the information I need and examples than after I read and practice and write on paper and watch some videos and stuff but it's all what you prefer videos writing on paper to read or on a device etc....
6th Apr 2017, 12:13 PM
OriolesBaseball
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their is no best way it's all a preference.
6th Apr 2017, 12:14 PM
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ahhhh i see, well thank you then, its helpful advice tbh, that was a big question of mime, i dont wanna study wrong and forget things because of this and that. thanks again 😆!
6th Apr 2017, 12:33 PM
Seth T
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Alrighrt, so i AM going to have to go over lets say ALL the python courses more than once and take notes on vocabulary and notes on what certain things do? and then take time to read over it to help understand things? i just dont wanna waste time studying a bunch of stuff if it isnt going to actually help 😂
6th Apr 2017, 12:16 PM
Seth T
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@Leon Lit So Ive finished up to Exceptions and Files on python3 so should i go back to the other 3 courses and study over them or would it be okay to complete all the python courses then go back through all of it again multiple times?
6th Apr 2017, 12:23 PM
Seth T
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