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C# vs C++, Unity vs UE4(r/learnprogramming)
It really doesn’t matter much. If you go for C++, you should keep in mind that it’s a hard language and that you won’t see results as soon as you would if you were learning a different language. Switching to something easier (like C#, or even Python) is perfectly fine.
You should also make sure to learn C++ from a good resource. My advice would be to get C++ Primer and then work through it, at the same time also making a project with UE4.
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