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When you need to understand something unfamiliar to you, do some searches to have a quick overview of what other people have said about the topic.
But to avoid going down on a digital rabbit hole, move on after the initial search. Then, to make sense of what you found, sketch it out as a diagram. This will help you understand the gaps in your knowledge.
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