If I start to learn C, can I be 'independent'? As in, can I create applications, games, even my own programming language from scratch? Is C the best for that? Or would you need to go lower?

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  • CSpydr

    A static typed low-level compiled programming language inspired by Rust and C

    I‘m currently working on the compiler of CSpydr, a programming language I‘m developing. Since the compiler is entirely written in C, you can of course take a look at it and ask me anything about it :) Github repo: https://github.com/Spydr06/CSpydr

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