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How do we make connections in a text?

How do we make connections in a text?

There are three kinds of connections readers make before, during, or after reading:

  1. text to self, which could sounds like: This reminds me of my own life…
  2. text to text, which could sounds like: This reminds me of another book I’ve read/movie I’ve watched…
  3. text to world, which could sounds like:

How can I read better codes?

The best way I’ve ever discovered to read and understand someone else’s code is to:

  1. Find one thing you know the code does, and trace those actions backward, starting at the end. Say, for example, you know that the code you’re viewing ultimately creates a file with a list of movie titles.
  2. Rinse and repeat.

How do you read an open source code?

How I learn an Open Source Codebase

  1. Some steps. Here’s a sequence of events I go through when I’m trying to learn or contribute to an open source project:
  2. Contributing Guidelines. Look at the contributing guidelines first!
  3. Project setup.
  4. Follow the code.
  5. Break things.
  6. Log and step through.
  7. Conclusion.

How do you learn source code?

Process and tips

  1. Read code with context. When you start to read code, always try to throw out questions.
  2. Run and interact with the code. Source code is like a LEGO kid, only already assembled.
  3. The relationship between data structures.
  4. The module dependency and boundary.
  5. Use the test case.
  6. Review.

How can I learn source code review?

10 tips to guide you toward effective peer code review

  1. Review fewer than 400 lines of code at a time.
  2. Take your time.
  3. Do not review for more than 60 minutes at a time.
  4. Set goals and capture metrics.
  5. Authors should annotate source code before the review.
  6. Use checklists.
  7. Establish a process for fixing defects found.

What are the types of code?

There are four types of coding:

  • Data compression (or source coding)
  • Error control (or channel coding)
  • Cryptographic coding.
  • Line coding.

What to learn first in coding?

Python. Python is always recommended if you’re looking for an easy and even fun programming language to learn first. Rather than having to jump into strict syntax rules, Python reads like English and is simple to understand for someone who’s new to programming.