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Young game programming

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Guys i want to ask you a question,
i am 17 years old and i made 10 (2 dimensional) games in c++ language.
I want to ask you that ,is it good enough?or i had to learn more at this stage.
Apr 20 '13 #1
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Rabbit
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Good enough for what?

And it never hurts to learn more.
Apr 20 '13 #2

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I meant to say that is this a good start in my career
Apr 20 '13 #3

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And i already mentioned that should i had to learn more "at this stage"
Apr 20 '13 #4

Rabbit
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That depends on what you want to do. And where you want to do it. And who it is.

Different people will want different levels of experience and/or education. It's too broad a subject to answer with any degree of specificity.
Apr 21 '13 #5

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Thanks but there is nobody to teach me
i am a school boy and my school teacher teach me only basics,nothing about graphics.
That's why i asked this question.
Apr 21 '13 #6

Rabbit
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Like I said in my previous post, whether or not something is "good enough" is subjective and contextual. So unless we know more about those two things, it's impossible to answer the question.
Apr 21 '13 #7

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I didn't get what you say
Apr 21 '13 #8

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He means that this is not something absolute. On the contrary, it is relative to what you want to do and what degree of proficiency in what you want to achieve.
Apr 25 '13 #9

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