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C# for Unity?

Can I learn C# here on SoloLearn for programming on Unity? Or is more preferable to do a class similar to udemys where they put the two in the same class?

6/21/2018 8:45:44 PM

Emily Jacoby

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Considering Unity3D is a large development environment that requires additional learning in order to function, I would recommend learning C# first externally. solo learn is a good start however I wouldn't recommend being fully dependent upon this platform, when learning a new programming language always keep a few learning sources in rotation that way you never get bored, uninterested, or frustrated with the courses curriculum. ~Designing🔥

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i would even say its more preferable to learn c# properly before starting with unity

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by the way, whats the system requirements of unity 4,i can't find it out in their official website, somebody help me pls

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heres the page to download untiy https://store.unity.com/ and the system requirments https://unity3d.com/unity/system-requirements

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