> Why not learn every legacy language? C++ completely and utterly
> obsoletes C except for legacy applications and a few small areas
> where C is superior, designated intializers for example. Otherwise,
> C is just for legacy C applications.
I disagree with your opinion that "C++... obsoletes C."
However, this is all off-topic here, because the article is about "why learn C?" and learning C is a prerequisite for learning C++.