For some reason I don’t think I ‘get’ object oriented programming. I kinda know it has something to do with classes, whatever hell those are.
I find I write (think) in a procedural style, which is why I’m so fascinated by C, which I understand to be a procedural programming language. So some day I’m going to finish learning C (I’ve got WAY too much on to really dive into it right now), which is a deep and difficult language.
And so this (part 2 here) is a fascinating way to learning exactly how C works. It’s super simple, but just complicated enough that it’s out of my reach right now.
Once I figure all this out, I’d like to learn C++ and read this.