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Should I Learn C First?The question inevitably arises: "Since C++ is a superset of C, should I learn C first?" Stroustrup and most other C++ programmers agree. Not only is it unnecessary to learn C first, it may be advantageous not to do so. This book attempts to meet the needs of people like you, who come to C++ without prior experience of C. In fact, this book assumes no programming experience of any kind.
I love c++, but is more difficult to learn, and it's not very supported by microcontrollers (on avr for example).
why learn c++ first> i mean its only a branch of c.
QuoteI love c++, but is more difficult to learn, and it's not very supported by microcontrollers (on avr for example).You need to check out my C++ library in the member tutorials - its for AVR.
Quotewhy learn c++ first> i mean its only a branch of c.I see it as the other way around. C can only do a subset of what C++ can do - so C is a minor branch of C++.
You can even use BASIC, in one of the controller oriented flavours (and get around the ugliness of any kind of C), much quicker to learn if you only plan to program a few controllers in a lifetime.
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