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 andBjorn Stroustrup. The programming language C++.
even tricks that when programming in C++ become simply unnecessary.
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