I'm new to C++. I've been avoiding it for a while, I even learned other languages to get my mind off it. It bugged me that I thought I couldn't learn it. I tried hard with C and failed. I wasn't used to how not readable it was. It was very difficult to read unlike, ruby, python, and js. I couldn't understand writing everything in the main() function to execute the code. I felt kind of stupid, and I didn't like that so I didn't try again.
I was kind of forced to spend more time coding now that we're quarantined. So, I decided to try being a noob again. I realised that if others could do it I probably could too. So today is officially day one. I tried not to think about how it wasn't going to be readable and tried C++ instead.
C++, IMHO, is WAY more readable than C. It's still less readable than python, but it's manageable for me. Not only that, but like a million other things became super easy. Like looping on a condition, I can just use a label and call the goto statement. If I'd known that this is what I'd be doing I would've tried C++ a long time ago.
Did anybody make the same mistake I did? Do you have any advice concerning learning C++?, 'cause I'd love to hear it. Please write about it in the comments.