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should i stop programming if I don’t get ideas for problems should i stop programming if I don’t get ideas for problems @Computer Science

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  1. blexting
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    No... in the workforce, companies will tell you what they want, it will be your job to program accurately what they want. If you understand the programming part, you will be fine.

    • 2 years ago
  2. rsmith6559
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    Are you sure that you're breaking them down far enough so that they're not too daunting?

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    @BE: Dont worry much, if its your early days in programming you will for sure pass this stage. Its not always that you have to get ideas to solve the problems. You got to be smart enough to search for the problems solution and that if it has been already worked out by some one already (by googling). No point in reinventing the wheel, so you got to trust your gut and then you will definitely solve all the problems. Cheers, Sudheer Alladi.

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    We all get stuck with a problem, or several, it usually helps to have someone (even if its not another developer) with whom you can 'bounce' ideas with. They can provide another perspective you may have not visualized before. Having a notebook, board, or somewhere you can draw/write helps aswell, any idea that flows could be a solution if refined, Another point is to do your research, as alladi said, there's no point in reinventing the wheel, your solution might already be out there, or waiting in a board like this one where people might be willing to help you. For me, when I struggle with a problem, I usually find an answer when I least expect it, kind of like House M.D. does lol. I've even gotten out of bed to write an answer. Cheers.

    • 2 years ago
  5. Rajeshkumar
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    do not bounce back work for it

    • 2 years ago
  6. prasanna04
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    Everyone who enters into the Software industry fells like that.. but the situation will be totally different... You will be asked to write the code by giving the complete design and data ...so no need of worrying... Don't be afraid.... Bye

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  7. Null-c
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    well dont be disappoint.it takes time and you will certainly learn it.First of all you should studyy data structures ,then start any language if you want to learn c++ then you should have key ideas of object oriented programing. Time is Compulsory,progming needs time .*Practice makes a man Perfect* nothings is impossible :D

    • 2 years ago
  8. srini4digit
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    Dont leave hope at all ! In my experience its all about seeing enough types of problems. Keep revising the basics and with time and practice you'll start getting the ideas.

    • 2 years ago
  9. BE
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    maybe it has been a long time but thank for the encouragement coding forever thsnk's

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