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Which language you use is totally up to your personal opinion. The advantage of C\C++ is that it''s fast, and one of the easiest languages to get help for. In the end, you should go with what you are most comfortable with.

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Do you actually know how to program? from the sounds of your question I think you better start learning. If you knew how to program in C++ you would know the answer to that question.

You should use whatever language you feel most comfortable with.

I use C/C++, I get more proficient at it every day. However I knew several languages before I started on C/C++ which gave me a standing ground even though I didn''t understand the syntax.

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