Is C is the fundamental language or basic language which we really need to learn if we dont learn c and want to learn c++ directly then will all our basic concept were good
If you learn C++, its not hard to pick up C and visa versa. A really easy language to learn is Java or Python. Python is really close syntactically to C. Eiffel is another language that is really easy to learn and is still used by the industry.
Basic language, you need to do a fair amount of dealing with machine resources compared to newer languages. That said, the newer languages are frequently derived from C, with similar syntax and constructs. C can definitely be considered a fundamental language. I've been working on the Stanford open courseware and C is the language used in the third course. The first two use Java and C++. The way that the courses are taught, the language is secondary to methodology, abstratctions and paradigms respectively. The url is: http://see.stanford.edu .
I started my programming with c/c++.I don't say it is basic,it will make you to hate programming. Start with python ,then move towards c/c++. For heaven's sake don't say or try Java. . . Why python should be introductory Language : 1.Very simple 2.Learning curve is not steep 3.More or Like English lang. 4.Interactive shell ,easy to learn 5.Can solve system,math and all types of problems.
Bjarne Stroustrup(one of the C++ creators) even says its much better and easier to study C++ without knowing C because otherwise one should change the way he thinks to get used to C++
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