@MartinPacker , it's slow learning for me now. Been so many years since I was doing it commercially, and I am getting older and I drink too much. But I am retired now, so I am allowed to 😇
Have to say, really loved c. Once you are in the zone with c, it's very nice I think. But same time, I often found it difficult to debug other programmers code. Just depending on their style. A lot of my c involved the Macintosh toolbox, so the better you knew that, the easier to read and debug the code. Knowing already in your head what api calls etc could move memory etc.
But i have to say, I am liking Python more. Python written in a very simple way is very verbose. But written correctly, is very compact. I really find it a buzz to learn it.
I have the nice guys here for pointing out the correct way of doing things.Yesterday, I seen exactly how lucky I am. I am on the "Python Programmers Community' Facebook group. I was horrified to see some of the advice offered to some questions. I mean, truely bad.
So I feel blessed to have be guided here by some very smart and people.