> Thanks for all of the great suggestions to my previous question!
> Yet, the responses have led me to another question. If C++ is newer and
more advanced than C, will it replace C? If so, should I learn C++ and
forget C?

You can't learn C++ without learning C first.  So I'd suggest you become
intimiately familiar with C, and then move on to the advanced concepts and
features that C++ provides once you want/need to use them.

Matt Emmerton

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