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#1 code_fx   Members   -  Reputation: 122

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Posted 25 January 2002 - 08:55 PM

I read all day, read all night, on programming... I do admit my advance in style and skills but is there a point when I feel confident...Know matter how much I learn I feel that I am still behind the ball. I dont know why I like to program but I find my self trying new ideas and things like " I wonder what will this do" type stuff. Is it mandatory that I have to learn various languages?? I honestly want to but is that going to confuse what I know now (I programm in c++)

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#2 Colin Jeanne   Members   -  Reputation: 1114

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Posted 25 January 2002 - 09:18 PM

It''s very good that you like to try new things out, that''s what helps you learn! If you''re not sure how something works and you want to know then make a test app tell help you out. It is not a requirement to learn multiple languages and if you feel that you might become confused by learning more than one, then I would stick to just one. I think it''s best to only take on another language when you feel you are ready.

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#3 Dave Astle   Senior Staff   -  Reputation: 2307

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Posted 26 January 2002 - 03:31 AM

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Know matter how much I learn I feel that I am still behind the ball.
Hey, I've been programming since 1982, professionally since 1999, and in the game industry since last year, and I *still* feel like I am behind the ball. As long as it motivates you to keep learning/trying new things, don't worry about it.

#4 zipless   Members   -  Reputation: 122

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Posted 26 January 2002 - 04:43 AM

Noone can ever learn enough, which is a good thing otherwise we''d run out of "COOL! It actually worked !" moments. Man i love them.

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