What to do after Python?

Erik Max Francis max at alcyone.com
Sun Feb 18 21:42:31 CET 2001


Johann Hibschman wrote:

> C or C++ would at least help you understand how to manage your own
> memory and perhaps give you a better sense of what goes on in the guts
> of the machine.  Out of those, I'd recommend learning the basics of C
> first, because I find C++ very confusing.

Learning Standard C++ as Standard C++ as opposed to C with extra
features is a lot more straightforward.  For the new approaches to
learning C++ for its own sake, with emphasis on the modern features
which make it really powerful and surprisingly easy to use, check out
_Accelerated C++_ by Koenig and Moo.

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