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When I was younger I looked on my father when he programmed something. First it was not interesting for me. Later I asked my father to teach me programming. He began to teach me BASIC. Time later I told him it is not so interesting, because that programming language looked very old as that he programmed. 6 months later I programmed some simple applications in Visual Basic. Then there was a month break between me and programming. Then I found more interesting programming language for me, PASCAL. I tried it 3 weeks then I found a book about C#. I began to read it and it was very interesting and something new for me. My father taught me the fundamentals of the programming language and then I programmed some simple console applications, later text editor with syntax coloring. I programmed C# for 3 months. Later I wanted to know how does it work in the background. I started to programme in C++. My father taught me the very basic things in C++, but there were very things that were similar to C# then I borrowed me some books from the library about C++. When I was better in C++, I made some exercises about algorithms and datastructures in C++ with my father. After, I decided me to make my own project. I began to programme at my shell. I used WIN32-API in my project. I like many things in C++, for example that I can programme procedural and object-oriented and lot of other things. I thing C++ is for the people that want to know how does it work in the background. C# is for object-oriented programming beginners and for the Windows GUI programmers. I like programming and in the future I plan to programme C++. Maybe I make some new project.
(special thanks for my father AzazelDev)