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A commendable ambition, I suppose, though I would personally recommend aiming a little lower to start with - C++ is a tremendously complicated language and IMAO not well suited for beginners. Learning a simpler programming language such as Python would be advisable as a start. Indeed, you would probably go faster and with better results if you learned Python first, then C++, than you would jumping into C++ at the very start.

Beyond that, do you have a question to ask?

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Study and work full time with c++ for about 10 years and you will become a master at it.

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That's what it would take, for sure.
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