Learning any computer language is one thing. Integrating all that one has learned into professional-level software is a different cup of tea. Many books teach us other concepts in languages that computer understands in their various garbs. With practice, can one quickly master any norms and start how the program’s layout should be? But believe me, putting the whole logic across to the computer is an altogether different story! With all the super-intelligence of the laptop, it still lacks commonsense, which plays a leading role in crucial matters. While our faculties allow us to judge by sight what needs to come where, the same is done on the computer by reading, verifying, counting, comparing, checking, and finally deciding what should be written.
“Don your starched thinking caps and go head to work out the logic independently.”