C++ or videogame coding directly?
I would like to learn C++ for like Unity or Unreal, but do I need the very basic C++ things to learn, or can I jump straight into the videogame-making coding Because generally I don't THINK that I need to know things like how to add two numbers up and such things.
4/10/2019 7:06:39 PMKovács Aurél Márk
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Just an FYI, you can't use C++ with Unity3D. You can use C# with Unity3D. I believe with Unreal, you can get away with using Blueprint to avoid C++ for the most part. I'm not sure if you can avoid it entirely and it may depend on what you're trying to make.