Re: Best Coding Language for programming Linux apps
C is surprisingly important for a lot of things. If you ever work with embedded systems you can't get away from it. The Linux kernel is written in C. And C has been popular enough over the years that it has enormous quantities of third-party libraries that will do pretty much anything you could want to do from high-performance mathematics to graphics to neural networks to file i/o. And the beauty is that you can use those C libraries *inside* C++ programs, provided you know how to write and use C code.
Originally Posted by Rcihard Arnold
I would not suggest C as a starting language for anyone, but it is good to learn at some point because if you do enough programming you will run into it eventually.
GCS/O d+(-@) s: a-->? C(++) UL P+ L+++@ E@
W++$ N++ !o K++ w(++) !O M(-) !V PS+(++)
PE-() Y+ PGP++ t++(+++@)* 5++ X++@ R+++@
tv+ b++(+++) DI++ D+ G+ e++>++++ h- r y?