2018-11-29 19:47:00

hello,
one of my friends tolled me to start with c sharp because he said it is verry easy to pick and learn
er, lol i forgot to say that i'd like to become a software engineer in the feuture tongue
so what do you guys think, should i start with that, or a diffrent lang?

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2018-11-29 19:50:21

It depents. The catch is to grasp and like C-like syntax. You will be ok afterwards.

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2018-11-29 22:48:50

it doesn't matter which language you choose as long as you understand it and his concepts.
Even though there are high level languages (which are easier to learn) like c# and low level languages which are more difficult due to more complex concepts, such as c++.

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2018-11-30 02:42:51 (edited by cmerry 2018-11-30 02:55:06)

If you’re coming from a bgt standpoint i’d recommend c# or just strate up angelscript which was written in c# and was used as the base for bgt if memoryserves.

2018-11-30 05:26:14

@4, angelscript was written in C++, not C#. Either C# or C++ is probably your next best bet compared to BGT. Python, also, might be another good one.

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2018-11-30 09:43:19

Ah, my bad.

2018-11-30 13:16:53 (edited by kianoosh 2018-11-30 13:17:44)

My language after learning bgt was C#. It's really easy, If you really get into it. For some reasons which i'm not gonna say here because might be out of topic I left C#. Ok. Speaking of angel script, Could anyone tell me how that thing works? Or if there's a manual for building it, Honestly i have no clue how to do it and the sintax looks really easy

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2018-11-30 22:33:37

yeah what is angelscript?

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2018-11-30 22:40:30

Angelscript is an embedded scripting language (that I find incredibly hard to use) that you can use to make scripting possible in your C++ applications. It is also the scripting language that BGT uses.

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2018-12-01 16:05:43

Na. It's easier when you compare it to game development with C++ itself. Although there's not a good manual for compiling it for someone who is still new to C/C++.

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2018-12-01 19:51:14

The good thing of C sharp is that it is the language used on Unity. If you look for a professional career on the game industry, it is a good option. But as it has been appointed before, the point is to understand the logic of coding. Once you master it, it is easy to move from language to language. good luck!

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2018-12-01 21:15:22

@10, no, angelscript is hard to use IMO. I'd prefer something more well-known like Lua with the Sol2 wrapper than Angelscript.

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2018-12-02 11:46:46

ANYONE KNOW A FREEBOOK OR SOMETHİNG TO START?
OR an online course or somehting

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2018-12-02 19:51:31

Yes, there is a wealth of information on C-Sharp because it's such a mainstreamed language. Microsoft themselves have overhauled much of their documentation as of late.

This tutorial looks good: https://www.tutorialspoint.com/csharp/

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