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How to develop programming logic.

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Am sravan, a graduate in IT. i ever wanted to become a programmer but haven't had the taste of it.. but the world of technology demands logic, and thats what i miss..

i really need help..
let me explain what my experience thought me is
1.most of the programmer are good at math, logic, solving puzzles, cool minded ..then it started bitting me that, the attitude would also help people to be so..

my drawbacks:
i am not good at math,nor logic but i want to do it. step by step, i want to follow a procedure..

I will be thankful to you in helping me on how to start up to master and have a career.

list me on books, authors links, logic related works, programming techniques, related to developing logic, programming...
Feb 8 '10 #1
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You need 3 things:
1.) Figure out how search engines work (like Google). It can give you a better book list, tips and manuals than any expert can give to you, because it's tailored to your needs. (I could write over 100 pages about which books are better for you if you have this and that pre-knowledge and this and that attitude of learning and want to do this or that - but why waste my time with this? Most likely you would never read it). All experts use search engines daily for doing their tasks, and look up manuals. Programming is so complex and changes so fast that you can't have all the names inside your head). The most important skill a programmer must have is the knowledge how to find the information he needs to solve his task. So giving you a book list is contra-productive.
2.) Be patient. If something doesn't work right away, think about it and play with it until you figure it out. But don't give up!
3.) Practice. Just get the source code of a game (or whatever) and try to modify it. Or work on an open-source project and try to fix some bugs. Or make a project of your own in your favorite computer language. Stay away from gui-tools where you only need to click to produce some code! Write it all yourself. By practicing programming, you'll learn alot and you will train your logic and math skills.
Feb 17 '10 #2

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if ur r thinking that how i create logic. so u should thik.
if i ask u about c++ and i ask u to write a program which print 1000 welcome.
one possible way cout<<"welcome"<<endl;
u ll write this sentence 1000 times. instead of this if u use a loop for this u can write it in only one sentence.
to creat ur logic u think more about the problem and find the easy way to solve it.
Feb 23 '10 #3

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Logic, common sense are all over-rated. You acquire syntax and programming skills while you are learning it. Just the application part, the more you practice the more you get acquainted to it.
Jul 23 '10 #4

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@sravan chalikonda
Very nice advises...thanks to all experts who r willing to encourage infants of programming..
Jul 26 '10 #5

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For developing logic. first go through simple programs like finding fibonacci numbers. and so on. Once you have gone through enough of those programs, you'll learn to apply similar logics in programs of the same level. Keep doing that and keep increasing the standard of programs you are going over gradually. Logic will slowly come to you!
Oct 25 '15 #6

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Learn to flow diagram your code before you start:
Nassi-Shneiderman Charts

Closing thread - it's old and attracting spam
Aug 3 '18 #7

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