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n0pr0bl3m

I've heard that with C++ you can accomplish much more than with AutoIt and that it is more flexible and fast but with AutoIt I feel much more comfortable plus I can't find such good tutorials for the things I need on C++. AutoIt tutorials are so clear and understandable and now I'm not sure what to do to stay on AutoIt or to go for C++..

Please give me an advice and tell me what do you think ;)

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Valik

Why do you think it has to be a binary choice? I know several languages. I didn't have to abandon any to learn a newer one.

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n0pr0bl3m

Thats good .. Which do you find the most useful then? I dont want to waste my time to learn parts from different languages and actually nothing ^^

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Valik

There is not enough information in your question to provide an answer.

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shanet

n0pr0bl3m, recently I have gone off away from AutoIt, after maybe a year developing with it and ventured into C++ - it is a MASSIVE step. However I also have PHP under my belt so that was a step up. I advise you to learn AutoIt first if you haven't as the core programming concepts are similar. So I can develop in C++ - and do often, so why am I back here? I guess its because of the guy above ^

Just kidding. Valik is great and it is always funny to stumble across his little gems across the forum but the reason I am still here is because AutoIt is such a friendly language - its the kind of language you want to take home to introduce to your parents, however C++ is the one you wanna slam in their face sometimes... And the community is so friendly...

So an Valik suggested above, I reccomend both. But I would suggest AutoIt (or another scripting language) first.


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FaridAgl

I know several languages. I didn't have to abandon any to learn a newer one.

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Valik

Here is some advice; we give you advice, not "an advice". Posted Image

When I first read the thread title I thought about providing some random but irrelevant piece of advice.
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