New to Python and understanding problem
Am 2018-01-30 hackte careenjoseph36 at gmail.com in die Tasten:
> One contributing factor to this problem is the artificial environment that
> online courses provide to students. Students are usually typing code into
> a web page that contains instructions and hints. This is not how real
> programming gets done. So when the course is over and it???s time to use a
> real programming environment, students feel lost without the environment
> that they are accustomed to.
I started coding in 1984 with ASM on a 8049 Microcontroller and since
then, I was always looking into other sourcecodes to understand how
something is working.
I have no clue about Python, but I feel very well/comfortable with it. I
think, it is not very complicate to learn, because python is very logic
This is why I just go the idea of bug-hunting in the blueman app.
Thanks in avance
Michelle Konzack Miila ITSystems @ TDnet
GNU/Linux Developer 00372-54541400