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You can move on to C++ whenever you want, but having a language or two under your belt will help significantly to overcome the learning curve associated with C++.
I need language advice/confirmation. From what i've read, understood and found, the languages Java and C# would be good to begin with, to then move on to C++.
See the aforementioned links to "I want to become a game programmer", he has some resource links there that you will find useful.
I'd appreciate confirmation to this assumption as well as any suggestions, literature or links to places where information can be found.
Final question: Is there any point in choosing C# over C++ as my "second" first language apart from it being considered slightly easier?
In time the project grows, the ignorance of its devs it shows, with many a convoluted function, it plunges into deep compunction, the price of failure is high, Washu's mirth is nigh.
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