Warp <war### [at] tagpovrayorg> wrote:
> PdizzyD <pet### [at] amxinccom> wrote:
> > I am not a C++ programmer but do know C and Java.
> I'm sorry if I sound blunt, but personally I would recommend having
> real C++ experience. Both C and Java experience are actually rather
> counter-productive for someone who then tries to program in C++ for
> the first time (and the combination of both C and Java may make things
> even worse).
> This is because programming practices which are good in C, and especially
> programming practices which are good in Java, are often programming practices
> which are bad in C++. C++ may resemble both C and Java, but it really isn't.
> What may be a good idea in one of those latter languages may often be a bad
> idea in C++.
> Please don't take this personally. I just have seen C++ code written by
> Java programmers which has been quite horrible. (I'm not saying you would
> create such code, but it seems to be a common trend. Java simply teaches
> "bad habits" from the point of view of C++ programming.)
> - Warp
I have almost 20 years experience with C++, if you are still looking.
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