Discussion in 'C/C++' started by BaGGy, Jan 17, 2006.
Nice Tut may use this one day when i forget things.
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went balls ddep and learned in 3 weeks
Is this thread still updated? Many of these links don't work.
Link to a lot of new books and materials:
really nice guide helpfull
For the people who dont like reading and just wanna learn via videos!
Thats where i learned C++
PS! Dont forget to take notes
hey my computer isnt the best. should i buy a new computer to try things out?
You dont need a "super" computer to use Visual Studio.
Unless you wanna make programs that are too heavy for your computer.
but in general for the basics you dont need a high end pc.
You can use http://www.codecademy.com/ too.
sir can you help me make wallhack and alz genegrator for cabal ph... please...
i dont have any background in programming...
There are plenty of links here where you can learn programming.
Just do some effort to acually TRY something first self and then when you encounter problems
feel free to ask for help.
nobody will just "give" you some base (source) code for cheats.
And for actual "hacks" i would suggest you also learn some basics about reverse engineering some applications.
Here you have some pointers towards what you should do.
I hope the help provided is usefull.
I looked briefly through the series, it appears to be pretty good and will get you into the position that you need to be in to learn more advanced stuff.
The best thing you can do for yourself is to start actually doing it yourself. Copying off someone's base isn't going to help you. Even if it means doing the most basic thing imaginable, as long as you are getting somewhere.
One of the things that helped me out most was to use a tool called ReClass. It maps out data structures within memory and gives you a better understanding of a game works.
It's essentially repeating patterns used in multiple places. You will start knowing what to look for after a while.
When you are at the point of being able to understand your language of choice, you should try getting some sources and just going through them. If you are where you should be, you will be able to adapt what you have learned into a hack.
It's not a fast process, and it's not going to be easy. It's going to be pretty boring but at the end you will look back and hopefully realize it was a good decision to continue.
just what i needed! thanks!