[Tutor] hitting a wall (not a collision detection question :P)

Kent Johnson kent37 at tds.net
Mon Jul 20 15:12:48 CEST 2009

On Sun, Jul 19, 2009 at 4:34 PM, Michael<punkbohemian at yahoo.com> wrote:

> I've been progressing steadily, until now. At this point, I have a pretty
> solid understanding of strings, integers, tuples, lists, dictionaries, etc.
> and everything up to functions vs. methods and the basics of classes and
> OOP. This is where I'm hitting a wall. It's at this point the all the books
> go off in different directions and I'm not sure a) what I'm learning, b) why
> I'm learning it, and c) how this is going to help me get to my goals. I'm
> not really even understanding much of what these books are talking about at
> this point anyway. It's like a few chapters after "Classes and OOP" were
> torn out of all of them.
> So, I'm just wondering what I should be doing at this point.

Maybe you are ready to try a simple game? You could try the pygame
tutorial, see if you get an idea for a simple game you can work on.


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