- 1 What to do when you dont understand some code?
- 2 Why is coding so hard to understand?
- 3 How do you solve problem in coding?
- 4 How do I explain my code?
- 5 Why do I struggle with programming?
- 6 Do programmers just copy code?
- 7 Is coding a boring job?
- 8 How do you explain a program?
- 9 Why is documenting code important?
- 10 Is Game coding hard?
What to do when you dont understand some code?
You need to sit down and read, take away the things that might distract you and focus, also use a strategy like do ide and conquer, splitting the code into sections and analyze them individually, when you understand each section, try to understand how they interact, also if the code includes the tests, use them!
Why is coding so hard to understand?
Coding is thought to be hard because it’s a different type of skill; and “different” in the sense that it’s unlike anything most of us have ever experienced before. You might know about the different kids coding languages, and what code looks like, etc., but the other 90% is very different.
How do you solve problem in coding?
Let’s review them here:
- Step 1: understand the problem.
- Step 2: create a step-by-step plan for how you’ll solve it.
- Step 3: carry out the plan and write the actual code.
- Step 4: look back and possibly refactor your solution if it could be better.
How do I explain my code?
Some things I find useful in dealing with this:
- Explain the code in the same language the users use.
- Explain the code using standard programmer terms, e.g. Terms like “buffer”, “list”, “singleton” are familiar to most of us, as are common mathematical terms.
- Explain what you’re doing in terms of the inputs and outputs.
Why do I struggle with programming?
When you start out programming, you don’t know the language that well. When trying to solve challenges, or write your own programs, you may struggle because you are focused more on the “controls” – e.g. “Which keyword is used to exit a loop again?”.
Do programmers just copy code?
Most programmers do it, but that doesn’t mean you should Sometimes I’ve copied and pasted code my own code, on most cases I end with boiler plate code or stuff that looks really similar. After investing some more time with that code afterwards I end up with the following: A component (see also: separation of concerns)
Is coding a boring job?
Coding is Not Boring. The short answer to the question “is coding boring?” is—quite simply—”no.” Of course personal preferences can vary, but coding is so not boring for so many people that you’ll even find coders jumping to the profession from much flashier sounding backgrounds.
How do you explain a program?
In computing, a program is a specific set of ordered operations for a computer to perform. In the modern computer that John von Neumann outlined in 1945, the program contains a one-at-a-time sequence of instructions that the computer follows. Typically, the program is put into a storage area accessible to the computer.
Why is documenting code important?
For a programmer reliable documentation is always a must. Successful documentation will make information easily accessible, provide a limited number of user entry points, help new users learn quickly, simplify the product and help cut support costs.
Is Game coding hard?
The actual programming of a game is typically, on a moment to moment basis, not that difficult unless you’re wading into the guts of the technology.