Tenth_Prime wrote:that is a very good thought you put out, so what is a good starting program?
Tenth_Prime wrote:ok, so i just got python, but i haven't the faintest idea as to where to begin. anypointers?
lambda0 wrote:Tenth_Prime wrote:ok, so i just got python, but i haven't the faintest idea as to where to begin. anypointers?
I managed to pick it up in about a week and a half with that. Do the examples, alter the examples, find out what breaks the examples, expand upon the examples, move on. Lovely language.
$ python script.py
While I do agree with needing to pick up the theory of coding early on when you start you just want to code, reading about it might just kill your passion if you can't see it in effect.thedotmaster wrote:I disagree with the guys above. The first step is to learn the foundations (the boring bits). Ignore these and while you might get onto the exciting stuff quicker, you'll get into bad habits and you won't become a good coder.
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