First C, then C++?

The question is quite short. Does it make sense to study first, and then With++? Or still, you can aboutit without?
March 23rd 20 at 20:22
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March 23rd 20 at 20:24
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The question is quite short. Does it make sense to study first, and then With++?

The answer is also quite short.
The better the programmer knows C, the harder it will be for him when programming in C++ to move away from
style of programming in C.

To study With++ is not necessary to know C. Programming in C contributes to the absorption of techniques and
even tricks that when programming in C++ become simply unnecessary.

Bjorn Stroustrup. The programming language C++.

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However, good programs in C language are essentially
programs in C++. For example, all programs from the classical description of C (K&R) are
programs in C++. In the process of learning C++ would be beneficial experience with any language with
static types.

Strictly speaking, does not answer the question. The answer depends on what you want to achieve, the author of the question.
If the ultimate goal is to know C++, then Your answer is good.
If the ultimate goal is to know both languages, the answer is "Yes". - Don commented on March 23rd 20 at 20:27
@Don, for professional future With even know it is useful not to rely on magic in data processing. Bjarne from him repudiated mainly because the languages when the external similarity is extremely different paradigms, and sixny code in the pros is often bad practice.

But in isolation from the context and objectives of the question really just does not make sense. And the answer, if already accumulated on the Toaster sediments twice. - Favian_Dic commented on March 23rd 20 at 20:30

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