Originally Posted by thor1182
you seem to be caught up on the details an awful lot there when most people who touch code will not care about slight terminology differences (you obviously don't agree, but we are not taking a test here.)
All the basics of programming that need to be learned before you start playing with the power tools can be done in C, or C++. Once you get the basics its not hard to apply them elsewhere.
My comments were directed at you, my friend, not some beginner.
Being a good software developer means you are good at being precise. Really, you may think I am being pedantic here, but a sloppy programmer can be just as dangerous as a sloppy civil engineer or a sloppy surgeon.