Learn how to think like a programmer and improve your problem solving

When you start learning programming (in something like Python), you first learn all the syntax and basic constructs of the language. These are your if, for, while, functions, classes and the likes. You’d then encounter sample applications like finding factorial, calculating compound interest, etc. However, given a problem, you’re not able to come to a solution on your own. At this point, you’ll be able to perfectly follow someone else’s solution. But you have a hard time constructing a solution

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