As with any other skills, you will only get better with practice! Even while you’re still learning make sure you always have small projects so you can practice what you learn.
You can watch and read all the tutorials in the world but if you don’t actually write some code, you will never improve.
Reading other people’s codes is just as important as writing your own. Try looking at scripts written by others and see if you can understand it. You might even pick up some new techniques!
Build and improve your code progressively. Start by just making it work and then go back and make improvements.
This will help you spot and fix things like repetition in your code and apply that knowledge next time.
Lastly, don’t compare yourself to others! Everyone learns in different ways and at different speeds.
Instead, track your progress by looking through your older code to see your personal progression and how you have improved.
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