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#ActualISDCaptain01

Posted 02 November 2012 - 04:30 PM

C++ isnt that bad IMO, its just a very huge language with many features which makes it daunting to learn. With the new 2011 standard, C++ has become beginner friendly, but then again i havent touched the new standard so dont take my word for it. I personally never found it THAT hard, sure some concepts can be weird when you first see them, but with practice it becomes easier. If you go with c++ i recommend these video tutorials as they helped me:

http://thenewboston....list.php?cat=16

If you know c++, learning anything else becomes easier. I like it cause tons of game programming books use it, so i can follow them along
I did some c# but it felt odd to me, making an array in there felt like allocating memory in c++ lol

#2ISDCaptain01

Posted 02 November 2012 - 04:22 PM

C++ isnt that bad IMO, its just a very huge language with many features which makes it daunting to learn. With the new 2011 standard, C++ has become beginner friendly, but then again i havent touched the new standard so dont take my word for it. I personally never found it THAT hard, sure some concepts can be weird when you first see them, but with practice it becomes easier. If you go with c++ i recommend these video tutorials as they helped me:

http://thenewboston....list.php?cat=16

If you know c++, learning anything else becomes easier. I like it cause tons of game programming books use it, so i can follow them along

#1ISDCaptain01

Posted 02 November 2012 - 04:18 PM

C++ isnt that bad IMO, its just a very huge language with many features which makes it daunting to learn. With the new 2011 standard, C++ has become beginner friendly, but then again i havent touched the new standard so dont take my word for it. I personally never found it THAT hard, sure some concepts can be weird when you first see them, but with practice it becomes easier. If you go with c++ i recommend these video tutorials as they helped me:

http://thenewboston.org/list.php?cat=16

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