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I know Python, C++, and Lua, but I don't know how to use them in a practical way when learning them all I learned was how to use them in correlation to the console, if I wanted to make an app using them then I'd have no idea how to do that. I could just learn another language but I wouldn't gain anything from that. How can I start using them in a practical way, like you would use them at a company?
 
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How to use any programming language to write an app.
First, you need to know what the app is going to do.
Then you need to write out how you're going to get there. This is called an Agorithm.
For example, and one of the hardest I ever had to do, Write an Algorithm the "tie your own shoelace." Give that one a try, you'll learn so much from it.
Then code each step and debug. Here you have to think of all the ways things could go south.
Put all your code together and debug again.
Simplify the code to cut down on bits.
Give it a go and write a program to play tic-tac-toe.
 
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It sounds like you're interested in taking your code from the console to a graphical application. That could either be a desktop application, a mobile application, or a web application. If it's a purely desktop application, I'd look into PyQt. If it's desktop and/or mobile, try Qt in C++; there are also a ton of cross-platform mobile frameworks if that's a field you want to get into. Web sites are obviously a whole different beast and there's plenty of resources on that (I'd check out Flask, though).
 

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