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Created : 12 June 2017
 

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Monday, 12 June 2017, 19:00
steve_ancell
Here's another good one: www.youtube.com/user/antiRTFM

C++ in itself is as easy to learn as any other language, learning the libraries is when the fun really starts.
Tuesday, 13 June 2017, 16:12
shroom_monk
Well, it's as easy to learn as any other language, but it provides plenty of exciting ways to shoot yourself in the foot, too. The hard part is learning which of the many, many features of the language you should never use!
Tuesday, 13 June 2017, 17:59
steve_ancell
Whether you manage to shoot yourself in the foot or not, it's still good fun.
Friday, 23 June 2017, 03:13
rychan
Oddly enough I've not done anything really in C++. I've jumped around a few langauges recently but haven't done C with classes.
Saturday, 24 June 2017, 20:33
Pakz
The problem with C/C++ I found was always the skill you need to get it working on your machine. Install the editor and the game related devkit ect. (And bloat much?)

Also what turned me off was seeing (back then) the amount of directx related code needed to draw a simple line of text to a graphics screen. This was also with Visual Basic before I discovered that Blitz Basic was released on PC.

I do want to be able to read C/C++ since there is a lot of example code for it floating around.