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Do C first. Achieve a small functioning project of your own, like the calculator in the back of Kernighan and Pike. This will give you a good understanding of pointer orientated programming and the C tooling and debug strategies.

Then pick whether you want to start from the "front" or "back" of C++; i.e. learning the language in chronological order or in reverse. C++17 idiomatic style is very different from the 99 style that most existing C++ is written in.

I would suggest picking a codebase to work on and learning its style and subset of C++ first.






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