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#ActualMoroS84

Posted 04 August 2012 - 09:08 PM

Hi ShadowStep.

Many of the worst issues will be avoided if you write modern proper C++ rather than the bastardized mix between C and C++ that some online tutorials teach

A big +1 on that one Simon. Besides C is a lot better for understanding basic language syntax (functions, conditional instructions, loop instructions, basic code layout, etc.). C++ adds a lot more to that.

#1MoroS84

Posted 04 August 2012 - 09:07 PM

Hi ShadowStep.

Many of the worst issues will be avoided if you write modern proper C++ rather than the bastardized mix between C and C++ that some online tutorials teach

A big +1 on that one Simon. And the things I wrote above have a bit of a flaw: you're risking in creating those "bestardized" mixes when learining C first and then C++. C is a lot better for understanding basic language syntax (functions, conditional instructions, loop instructions, basic code layout, etc.). C++ adds more to that.

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