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What should I learn next, I do not know what to learn since I think I learned a lot?

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XDvvvDX 186
7 months ago

Hey, my name is XDvvvDX and I've been learning Roblox lua for 7 months, I started working with Roblox Studio in 2014 with no lua experience though. Well, after 7 months of learning, I know all these subjects :

-CFrames

-Instances

-Vectors

-For loops

-Infinite loops

-Values

-If statements

-Referencing

-Built in functions

-Tweening

-Variables

-Tables

-Modules

-Click detectors

-Events

-Magnitudes

-Returning

-Math functions

-User input service

-for i, v in pairs()

I've been looking for almost a week on what should I learn next, and I'm pretty stuck. I keep practicing these things and I'm working on my own Simulator, but I want to learn more since sometimes I'm stuck with nothing to do in my Simulator. Can anyone tell me what I need to learn more?

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I would suggest starting a game and then learning trough the process off it since u also have to learn designing games etc. IcyMizu 124 — 7mo
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I would recommend you learn variables, built in functions, referencing, values, Instances and if statements as these are the most important for your progress in Lua and developing games! SilentsReplacement 453 — 7mo
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I already know these subjects Silent.. I know only 20 subjects and I don't know where should I continue. XDvvvDX 186 — 7mo
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Okay.. thanks Dark I will continue working on my Simulator. XDvvvDX 186 — 7mo
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Raycasting, Mouse functions, Hitscan, Keybund stuff. All that. Cynical_Innovation 602 — 7mo
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Bind* Cynical_Innovation 602 — 7mo
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Another thing you can learn is Remote Functions and how to return their values and use them correctly. killerbrenden 1435 — 7mo
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Maybe starting a mmorpg game would be good for learning. since it has a lot of diffrent subjects. IcyMizu 124 — 7mo
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collaborate with another person or even by yourself to try to make a "solid game". Don't lose motivation on your game because your first game isn't of course going to be better than your 50th game. 123nabilben123 472 — 7mo

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Answered by 7 months ago
Edited 7 months ago

first of all congratulations..

The scariest part of learning something is not knowing what to learn next. This leaves people in a state of doubt...

The best way to really assure yourself is by putting the knowledge to work.. try to make a small game. Its the best way to know what you don't know. Don't feel bad about looking up things that you don't understand, professional programmers, and other IT engineers do it all the times..

I have mastered and even learned many of the facts that I know about programming by looking them up while working on a project.. When you learn something new, it opens up a realm of lots of new things...

So, to conclude, put your profound knowledge to test...

Good luck!

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good answer 123nabilben123 472 — 7mo
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Thank you! XDvvvDX 186 — 7mo
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XDvvvDX 186
7 months ago

Okay @void_node much appreciated, I will do this!

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thx User#23252 6 — 7mo
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Answered by 7 months ago

What about learning about metatables and OOP?

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