Yokemate of Keyboards
Posts: 2789 from 2006/3/21
From: Northern Calif...
That's a big jump, Hollywood to C/C++. C requires pretty extensive knowledge of the environment you're operating in.
I've done some reading of several Amiga C/C++ books, and had started writing a couple first experiments (like Hello World stuff) with C in the past, and it seems to make the most sense to go back to learning C/C++ after I get a good grasp of using Hollywood, if my purpose remains just wanting to create programs that run on MorphOS/AmigaOS3 + 4/ and maybe AROS. Learning how to code in 68k Assembler I would consider to be a "big jump" from Hollywood.
MorphOS - The best Next Gen Amiga choice.