Jun 20, 2012

Type by Yourself- A Good Habit

It is better for you to type code and not just copy and paste the code samples here.
Reading a tutorial or a book, it is often helpful to type the code into the compiler and run it. Typing it yourself will help you to get used to the typical typing errors that cause problems and it will force you to pay attention to the details of programming syntax. Typing your program will also familiarize you with the general structure of programs and with the use of common commands. After running an example program - and after making certain that you understand how it works - you should experiment with it: play with the program and test your own ideas. By seeing which modifications cause problems and which sections of the code are most important to the function of the program, you should learn quite a bit about programming.

Remember: Every Line of code will be a bit step of your progress.

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