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hey guys, i need your help as I'm not so good in programming,can anyone tell me how to practice or how to be a good programmer ?

MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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A good start is using the course materials on the OCW 6.00 website and asking questions here. The course is accessible to people without programming experience and the people on this site are helpful.
thank you so much somnamniac :)
That's a good start. Be sure to do the assignments. Just watching the videos won't get it done for you. And after doing each assignment, try to think of one way to improve on it, like make it faster, make it easier to read, add some user interface to it, etc.

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Mr.Radly thank you so much for your help, i will solve the assignments.

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