I first used the C language on a Commodore Amiga back in the early 90s using the DICE compiler. I created a few small programs for myself and friends, mainly mapping software for the play-by-mail games that I used to play at the time (Monster Isalnd, Dungeon Quest, Keys of Medokh etc.), although I did try to create some basic games as well.
Back then I didn't have access to the Internet so nothing ever got published (and probably never actually got to the stage of being publishable). When I bought my first PC I moved onto the Visual Basic / Delphi route of programming and it wasn't until about 2016 that I started thinking about C again.
I opted for C++ as that was integrated into Visual Studio that I had been using for developing in Visual Basic and I thought I'd give a few small problems a go. I created a few programs for solving some Project Euler problems and then came across a course on Udemy that included the basics of C++ and signed up.
My first public release is a very simple word based code-breaking game but hopefully I'll get the chance to create more work soon.
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