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PaRappa    122
I am serious about learning some programming languages. I read some stuff and i have decided to learn c/c++. Which one should I learn first C or C++? Do I need to know C to understand C++? What books should I get? I only have enough money to buy one book, maybe two. What books are good for NO experiance starters? Thanks to anyone who can help and your time.

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Shannon Barber    1681
Buy something that comes with a compiler or you''re going to be disappointed.

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shun666    122
I think it''s best to learn immediatly C++ because when I started to learn C, and after that I went to C++ I saw that there are some functions that are different.
And if you want to make games, C++ should be better then C.
Else, you could also check for online courses.
if you go to
http://www.gameinstitute.com
There are some courses to start with C++.
They are well given, and you have textbook, examples and so on.
Good luck with the learning :-)

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