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I am very intersted in programming knowlege than how to develop the skil

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Nir’s Answer

There's a whole field of programing called declarative development where you can actually program without writing code. There are click and configuration based software that allows you to put projects together without a single line of code. Think of a wix or squarespace but with building more complex entities with a backend (persistent data).
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G Vishnu’s Answer

Programming is something which can be done by anyone once you learn the way and skills to do it , however the most important thing is "LOGIC " , programming needs skills beyond that logic is must , every programmer is successful only if he or she have logical mind to create applications or software .
Learn Basics from Kanetekar Publisher for C C++ Java to build skills , then jump to visual studio 2016 software which will help you to make things easier for you.
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Zahid’s Answer

There are many ways to gain knowledge in programming. One way is to take classes at your school. Another is to go to a bootcamp. And another way is to learn online from sites like https://www.freecodecamp.org or take open course classes with online universities. I would recommended getting started with this popular and free Harvard course:

CS50: Computer Science Courses and Programs from Harvard
https://www.edx.org/cs50
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jude’s Answer

I agree with Vishnu, one way to work on your programming skills is using platforms such as arduino or raspberry. These are low cost card size computers that can be programmed to do various tasks including controlling other hardware. even with out buying the actual the hardware the arduino program is downloadable free of cost and by using the tutorials and online demos you can get a hang of the programming world.

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