AtlasDark wrote:I'm thinking that he means to say that there are some people who merely memorize the code structure and don't attempt to understand how it essentially functions (alike knowing but not understanding), or something to that effect.
Exactly what came across my mind just the other day...
-Yes I'm but a nooblet amongst all of you *Pros*:). Yet, I've learned some HTML/XML/XHTML, the basics and maybe more. Yet I go back and realize all I've done is really memorized all of the "tags", etc.. Without knowing the it essentially functions and it's effects.
Don't get me wrong, I do know more or less just I felt I needed a true understanding of the Languages before moving any further, so I've taken a trip back to HTML. I do advise on most if not all beginner programmers to start with the foundations and build from them.
It might not be the most exciting language to start off with, though in the long run it you will learn it was for the best. To be a hacker does not mean, to sit and think "Hmm, I want to do that".. and it's Done.
It's Practice,practice and when you think You've had enough of it, it's more more practice.
-I'm a late starter or so I feel at 19, to be starting off with HTML is quite basic but quite needed. My plans are to hopefully by next year today I'd expect to be done with the basic elements to programming and finding myself done with JS/BV6/Python.. Those are just some set goals I have in mind.
-I just had the thought of placing my print on here, and if any help or perhaps a better outlook on "Hacking" was given then I'm happy for you..
With that in mind, I wish the best of luck to each and every single one of you.