Yes, when you look at game jobs. In the Business/GUI world, C#/Java are probably the two most dominant languages (my guess).
Ah i see, thanks for the answers ^^ And i just checked through the classfields on the website and everyone that's looking for a programmer is always demanding knowledge of C++..
What you'll learn in C# is still true in C++. When you know your way around in C#, you are ready for the beast.
With C#, you don't have a gun pointing at your head all the time, you have a compiler that really tries to help you. You have many tools in C++ that help you to shoot yourself if you are not careful.
C++ is one of the best languages, but absolutely does not forgive beginner mistakes. It is still very punishing to for an intermediate level. Like I've written before, everything takes more time, effort and knowledge in C++.
You don't buy a 2300cc Triumph rocket roadstar, or a Suzuki Hayabusa as your first motorcycle. Both are magnificent in experienced hands. But they kill beginners.
Edited by Bluefirehawk, 04 October 2012 - 06:15 AM.