Which to learn first?

Re: Which to learn first?

Post by thetan on Tue Dec 14, 2010 11:02 am
([msg=50438]see Re: Which to learn first?[/msg])

You can loosely model OOP in C, which is something i do all the time.

Other then OOP though C++ has some interesting features such as standardized generic programming and the STL makes some functional programming features decently accessible.

You can do generic programming in C (i do it all to much) but theirs no real standard way to go about it. The easiest ways are manipulating void pointers and flagged structs/unions. It's really good and refreshing to have a standard way though.
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