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Is it hard to be a programmer , what are your tips for you to analyze coding easily ? :)

I will be a grade 11 student , and I'm nervous I hope I get well soon

17th May 2017, 5:02 PM
Loanne Sujede
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:D lol - Break the code sequence down into the smallest steps possible. Here is a conversation between me and another user which spanned many hours on code I did not understand in the slightest. The problem got solved in the end. But it took awhile. https://www.sololearn.com/Discuss/395286/matrix-class-wrong-outputs At the end of the day it is all about persistence. Just never give up and you will do well in what ever field you want to excel at.
17th May 2017, 5:18 PM
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Programming languages are beYou just need to learn the comparison of coding sementics with real life sementics. If you imagine a class of students in your school with the class of OOP and the class in HTML, you will see, all lf them have same properties. In real life, a class have students which have state and behaviour, in OOP, a class can have data members with state and behaviour, in HTML, a class can have elements which are grouped to style common to all. So, if you learn by comparing programming with something you are more comfortable with, you will learn it more quickly and better. 😊
17th May 2017, 5:19 PM
Sachin Artani
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First of all don't be tensed, make sure that you are strong with the basics of the language that you are going to code on, then try to solve real time problems, eventually you will be able to crack bigger codes too, learn to find outputs of programs so that you will be able analyze how it actually works.
17th May 2017, 6:56 PM
SREE NATH RAJASEKARAN
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I think programming is satisfying the following steps: 1. Knowledge of Syntax and Semantic 2. Knowing the appropriate usage of them (when and where to use them) 3. Beginner's can have a hobby of scribbling code
19th Sep 2017, 4:18 PM
Sunil Raj
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thankyou for your reply Sachin Artani & jay 😀
17th May 2017, 5:24 PM
Loanne Sujede
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thankyou Aman Bhardwaj for your advice :')
17th May 2017, 5:18 PM
Loanne Sujede
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thankyou Sreenath Rajsekaran 😄
18th May 2017, 3:01 AM
Loanne Sujede
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dont waste a second, keep learning and learning till u get exhausted, or u will forget some informations that u have readed. Its like writing ur own book, you started writing and after 3hours u played games or whatever then u go back on writing well, u just left your stove open. Shit just got real bro.
18th May 2017, 7:38 AM
Lucy Fifa
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HAHAAHA thanks lucy fifa :D
18th May 2017, 9:50 AM
Loanne Sujede
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