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Should i go back

Hello guys i have a question I've learned about python and then decided to move to web dev so i learned about css and html and now im learning about js and js dom..but for some reason I've heard that starting with languages like C++ and C will help you understand some more topics in programing... Is it a good idea to go back and learn c++(if so shoud i learn C or C++) .. Or should i just continue and let c++ for later

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9/16/2019 3:55:57 PM

Amirabbas

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Do you plan on becoming a web developer or a real software engineer. ? If web developer, then you are on the right track. However if you want to be a software engineer, now may be the best time to learn C/C++ Software engineering requires a fair amount of computer systems knowledge, the type you don't get from being a web developer. But remember, no knowledge is wasted

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It depends mainly on your goal in programming. Decide what kind of work you want to do. If you are going to develop Windows apps then the easiest way is to learn C# and/or C++ in visual studio IDE. These are good choices for game development too. But if you are going to move toward backend programming I suggest (php, JavaScript, CSS and HTML) pack. I address php because of compatibility with most hosts and don't deny python, node.js and ASP.NET capabilities. Although python is my choice for all of above mentioned fields.

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Good luck Amirabbas 👍

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Thanks D'Lite and Qasem D'Lite : yeah i want too be web developer but i like you said it no knowledge is wasted so it's would be cool to learn c++ too... Qasem :i like to learn web dev and i like front and back both.. Both of them are wide fields so i started learning front for now...

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Thanks

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Good plan. Focus on C, dabble a bit in js for refreshments

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Amirabbas just before u start learning C, I'll advise u to focus on one thing at a time. Don't try to learn everything all at once

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D'Lite thanks for the advise what if i start learning c and just train with js and stuff... Just make very small projects... Just so i won't forgot Is this still a bad idea?

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Think at a time only one thing because multiple thoughts push you in back track So, my suggestion learn one language at a time