Yea, that's why I'm learning VB after the C++ family.Originally Posted by sean_mackroryJScript sounds to me like a scripting language, and I haven't found them to be much use other than web design and small personal jobs ( a bit like batch files). I could be wrong, but I'm also pretty sure that JScript is a .NET only language, and if you're going to subject yourself to the limitations of .NET, you should at least take some of the power and use C# or something, and don't use a very low-power scripting language unless you have to - it has it's uses, but it's not widespread at all.
I think joeyzt should just stick with what he's doing right now. He's still learning, and I think he's following a suitable and logical path. As far as how long it'll take you to get good at C++, that all depends on how much time you're going to put into it. You've already learned another language, so a lot of the concepts will come easy for you, you just need to be careful that you don't keep bad habits from VB.