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From: "gLaNDix" <glandix@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 22 Sep 1999 20:55:37 -0500
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> I "learned" C++ from Practical C++ Programming (I saw learned because I've
> never actually programmed with it).

i was taught from the book "Data Abstraction and Structures Using C++", but
i've really never done any of my "own" programming with it either...

> I'm supicious of any of the Learn $LANGUAGE in $X units of time. Of course
> a lot of those are Windows based, and thus evil :)

i agree...  not only that, but learning as something as in-depth as C or C++
in a week or whatever is pretty quick...  especially seeing as how my C++
class was a semester of college at Tabor, and i really don't remember much!
: ^ )

> Also C++ and C are different languages, they may look similar but one is
> Object Orieneted one is procedural.

yup... knew that...  tell me then... is C++ and Objective-C the same thing?


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