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    Default Coding Tutorials?

    Hej everyone [hopefully this is the right section],
    i want to code some little hacks in future but i dont know what is required to do so.
    If someone know tutorials (about coding, hooking, inject, in german or english) it would be very nice if he can post them in this thread.
    I know a lot of people use c++, Visual C++, VBS, c#.
    What would u prefer?

    Thanks and hopefully a lot of people share their opinion
    greez sketax

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    First off... Coding is ALLOT to learn. You would have to download a book/buy a book. Best book is C++ For Dummies. I dont think coders would want to sit down and explain all of the symbols etc.. Then the best software to use (i think) is CodeBlocks! I hope this answered most of your question!

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    Cheers




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    yea in my study i have to learn java (what an awful script language ) and C(, if i want C++ too). I use codeblocks for C programming and blueJ or Eclipse for java. Ok thank you i wanna buy one of those books
    greez sketax

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    what about C#?i see there is a c# cheat base from UC

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    Yeah having a look at some cheats sources like eth etc ... could be interesting as you have the ET sdk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by katetem View Post
    what about C#?i see there is a c# cheat base from UC
    Oh noes, never ever mix high level / low level languages.

    sketax, if you need a helping hand now and then, feel free to write me a pm. Aslong as you're willing to study the basics on your own.
    Personally, I would follow lolzoruslockus advice.

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    Can any coder here tell how they learned coding? Could be helpful for the others that want to start. I also want to start learning C++

    Did you guys learn at school? Bought a book? Downloaded some kind of an e-book? If yes, which ones? Because there are hundreds of books about C#/C++

    Also, where do you have to start? Like, i don't have any coding skills. Some people say i have to start with Visual Basic some say with Javascript. Some say directly with C++ because there are differences between VB and C++ but VB and C# are similar to each other.
    And which language would you prefer more to create a hack for the current popular PC Games, C# or C++ ?

    I hope a coder on here will take his time and post some more info

    Thanks!
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    i learned most from online tutorials and also bought a few books, schools and shit only have retarded kidy languages such as java or vb

    c++/c is the best language

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    Quote Originally Posted by K4!L-B4TLL3R View Post
    i learned most from online tutorials and also bought a few books, schools and shit only have retarded kidy languages such as java or vb

    c++/c is the best language
    Hey, that's not true! I've seen assembly and c / c++ too.
    It depends on the course you're taking at uni.

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    in my uni i learning java and c but nothing more
    greez sketax

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    Quote Originally Posted by mOwl View Post
    Hey, that's not true! I've seen assembly and c / c++ too.
    It depends on the course you're taking at uni.
    dude i mean school and not unis lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by K4!L-B4TLL3R View Post
    dude i mean school and not unis lol
    Now that's true, vb6 for the win!

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    .net is a lot better then vb6

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    Quote Originally Posted by K4!L-B4TLL3R View Post
    .net is a lot better then vb6
    Yup, that was around 2005 when .NET was distributed with the Windows Server package, probably 2003 R2.

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    And you need some reversing skills (to counter pb, and find offsets, build proper deutour/injection method, counter anticheats in general, etc.). Best tutorials are found here - as far as I know: http://tuts4you.com/download.php

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