I agree with Dark. I think it's best to learn and experiment with a
programming language, or anything for that matter, before starting to work
on a major project. For a long time now, I've been interested in writing
text adventure games (just for myself), but it took awhile before I found a
language I liked to code in. With that in mind, I also think it's always
good to look at as much source code as possible to see how an author
programs something in a certain way.
Hope this helps.
Kelly John Sapergia
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