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I have been learning the syntax for Python for a few months(though I still make stupid errors from time to time.) and I know pythons most basic functions pretty well. My main problem is that though I know the syntax and how to use it remedialy when It comes to building a program from scratch I sometimes still get lost. I guess you could say that I have the LEGO's but not the knowledge of how to build good structures with them. Is there any book that can help me with determining how I am going to write programs or at least give me exercises that I can practice with? I am sorry if I am not being very clear. All help is appreciated.

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Your problem is that you are either trying to make stuff way over your head, or you are afraid to try and make anything. Just make something simple, say a program that asks questions then considers the answer.

If that is too basic then make a little text adventure. Just don't worry about failing and stuff, just make stuff.

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