What is pros and cons of learning c++ before python and vise versa , I'm newbie
From what i gathered in all posts is c++ is more low level ( closer to binary), in other hand python is more newbie friendly and demanded the most now days
Right now I'm confused,
Will it be easy to switch to other languages after python since it's high level (that's what i understand)
Is it necessary to learn from low level at beginning to actually understand the coding ant not just copying most of it
Nothing like that. I have seen people who still don't know C ,but mastered Python. So, anyone can start from anywhere.
That doesn't mean to start C++ before C.
But even if you begin your journey from Python, you won't feel it tough.