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This is what's worked for me in order to get started with Quantum Computing from scratch:
1/ go through several intro tutorials like #ibmq #qsharp also playing HelloQuantum
2/ go through the textbook algorithms and try to break them down using #ibmq which is the best tool for beginners in my opinion
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There are a lot of basic operations to play with in quantum computers. Here is a tweet-length summary of as many as will fit in a twitter thread.

There are also links to the #IBMQ 'Introduction to Quantum Circuits' where you can find out more.
The H or Hadamard gate rotates the states |0〉and |1〉to |+〉and |-〉, respectively. It is useful for making superpositions. As a Clifford gate, it is useful for moving information between the x and z bases.
quantum-computing.ibm.com/support/guides…
The controlled-NOT gate acts on a pair of qubits, with one acting as ‘control’ and the other as ‘target. It performs an X on the target whenever the control is in state |1〉. If the control qubit is in a superposition, this gate creates entanglement.
quantum-computing.ibm.com/support/guides…
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