Hello, I'm new to the forum.
I've been trying to learn C# for about four days now but I haven't had much luck with the various tutorials and resources I've tried because they all spoon feed me and fail to teach me anything that I can apply by myself. I'd learn just as much by following most of the tutorials I've tried if I just copy and pasted the code instead.
I've also realized that it's very difficult to learn the language (or any language for that matter - I've had moderate success with python) if I do not know the required prerequisite knowledge. By this I mean stuff like knowing all the programming specific terms (e.g. classes, functions, variables, etc)
So I would like to ask two things:
1) Where can I learn this sort of prerequisite knowledge? (not just programming terms but any/every other thing I haven't mentioned or anyone thinks might help.).
2) Where can I find tutorials/resources which teach me to use C# independently, so I can begin teaching myself quickly and "stand on my own two feet" as it were?
Thanks, in advance and if I manage to crack the basics then I'm sure I'll stick around.