n 07/31/2019 12:05 PM, Paul Backus wrote:
> I would not recommend D as a beginning language, both because there are
> fewer beginner-oriented resources available for it than for C and Python
> (the only one I know of is Ali Çehreli's book ), and because it's a
> bigger, more complicated language.
>  http://www.ddili.org/ders/d.en/index.html
Ali here... :) Thanks for the link and I agree that D is much larger
than C. At least for that reason, learning C first or on the side would
still be good for the OP.
Regarding "Programming in D", although it covers most of the
language, it specifically targets beginners; so, it may not be too
difficult for the OP. Just give it a try... :)
 Unfortunately, copy constructors and some of the other recent
features are still missing.