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Im my humble opinion, computer programming comprises two parts: the language part and the implementation part.
1. Learning the language is relatively easier as the syntax and scope are static, specific, and limited. This can be achieved through reading books, attending courses, or self-study.
2. Implementation is harder as it involves analysis of problems, formulation of problem solving strategies/algorithms into computer programs that are executable by a computer to produce desired outcomes effectively and efficiently. Implementation skills are generic, that is they are independent of programming languages.
In a nut shell, programming languages are just media of implementation for a computer program, the real challenge lies in their effective and efficient utilization in problem solving and this can only be achieve through hands-on practices.
Can you claim to be a swimmer after reading some manuals and watching some video on swimming lessons? Most likely not. The real learning only happens when you get yourself wet in the pool.
So, shift yourself into hands-on mode, start with a simple problem (e.g. number sorting, fibonacci series), formulate the problem solving logic and translate it into a computer program. Do not afraid of making mistakes as mistakes help your learn correctly.
When you are stuck, do not too quick to ask for help, try to find the solution by yourself first. You immediate help-line should be Google, next CP.
When you become more confident and experienced, you may then embark on some serious project.
Wish you success.
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