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Old 07 February 2015, 22:05   #23
Galahad/FLT
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Its completely down to what you are receptive to. Some people just do not have the aptitude for programming no matter when they take it up.

Myself, i can program in assembly on various processors and pick it up quite quickly, but i loathe higher level languages like C++, Java, Pascal, and all of those types, i find it very difficult to get, and whilst modern high level langauages arent as restrictive as they used to be, i disliked them so intensely back then that its pretty much clouded my view where i just dont want to learn them.

You need to decide what it is you want to do, and more importantly on what.

Its too late in the day to be wasting time learning asm on Amiga, but learning C covers you on a wide variety of machines.
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