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Posted 13 September 2015 - 09:53 AM
What software do I need to begin my venture in C and C++?<br><br>
I already have a solid experience in visual basic. I have always wanted to learn another language, but due to lack of proper guideline and practice area, I give up at the slightest difficulty encountered. My knowledge of Visual basic is limited though, I would be glad if you can recommend a tutorial that will help as well as the edge VB has over the C's..<br>
My quest for learning another language was borne by the feeling that VB is simple. in a nutshell, I want to move up the ladder of programmers, advise me.</p>
Posted 14 September 2015 - 03:21 PM
First, you need to decide if you're going to learn C, or C++. You are best thinking of them as different languages.
Since you know VB, you're probably familiar with Microsoft Studio. You can use it for C or C++ as well.
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