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learning to code Posted on: 01/09/2016 2:58pm
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Ive been looking into codeing for awhile now but all the learning videos that ive found on youtube seem to belive that ive all ready understand some of what there going on about and as im very new and shiney to all of this i was wondering if anyone on here might be able to direct me to some materials that could give me a better understanding of basic codeing so that i could try and turn my hand to making my own trainers and to help me be able to read AoBs on my fav online games.
Thank you all in advance and hope ya enjoy ya gameing.

RE: learning to code Posted on: 01/09/2016 3:21pm
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Keep Calm And Carry On

if it's AoB's you're looking to learn about, do you at least know the basics of scanning with 4bytes, double, float etc?

RE: learning to code Posted on: 01/09/2016 6:07pm
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i know the basics for some games but others confuse me at times so i generally try each one intill i see something familar

RE: learning to code Posted on: 01/09/2016 6:35pm
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Keep Calm And Carry On

Not sure if you're ready for dealing with AoBs just yet, but if you wan't to give it a try, check out this tutorial I made https://konghack.com/topic/10171-a_quick_little_tutorial_on_aob_hacking_with_cheat_engine

RE: learning to code Posted on: 01/10/2016 10:43pm
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coding actual programs, and messing around with games are drastically different. if you only want to learn more about messing with games, you should read up on the cheat engine forums, and the help file included with CE. the tutorial that comes with cheat engine is also very useful for teaching you both basic and advanced techniques for the program. you dont really need to know any coding languages to make aob's, but knowing assembly, actionscript3, or lua will help. especially assembly

if you want to learn actual programming then my best advice is to find a language that you would actually use, try to find some kind of quide/tutorial/textbook for that language, and read a lot of source code. reading source code not only gets you familiar with the language and syntax, but it can also show you some interesting coding methods other people use. then when youre familiar with it, write a million programs to get used to it. the difficulty of the programs you make should increase each time you make one, that way you continue to learn.




RE: learning to code Posted on: 01/10/2016 10:54pm
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thenewcomer Posted on: 01/10/2016 5:43pm

if you want to learn actual programming then my best advice is to find a language that you would actually use, try to find some kind of quide/tutorial/textbook for that language, and read a lot of source code. reading source code not only gets you familiar with the language and syntax, but it can also show you some interesting coding methods other people use.


I happen to have an interest in learning programming, and will keep in mind this execellent advice.

RE: learning to code Posted on: 01/11/2016 4:53am
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So I decided to learn c++ today, and ran into way too many issues doing so using downloadable programs, then I found this amazing website http://www.tutorialspoint.com/codingground.htm where I clicked c++ and I found http://www.tutorialspoint.com/compile_cpp_online.php a place online where I could practice some coding without having to worry about technical difficulties and installing software(all I had to do was to put in a code, click compile then execute). For any noobs like me interested in learning any language of coding, you can check out this dude's channel https://www.youtube.com/user/CodingMadeEasy/playlists, pick  the language of coding you want to learn, skip the part where he explains the software requirements and jump straight into learing and practicing the coding using this website http://www.tutorialspoint.com/codingground.htm  

RE: learning to code Posted on: 01/11/2016 4:07pm
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For simple command line programs this online thing is good enough. But when it comes to working with files and setting up a GUI it probably won't work. Setting up an environment for C++ is really easy actually. Some IDEs like Code::Blocks install everything you need in one go. But even setting up everything yourself is simple enough. I personally use GCC and Notepad++ to program in C/C++ and once you've set that up its pretty easy. At first i was using Dev-C++ and Code::Blocks but switched to that simpler setup for more control. Creating a GUI is still probably easier in an IDE though.

GCC tdm-gcc.tdragon.net
Code::Blocks www.codeblocks.org
Dev-C++ orwelldevcpp.blogspot.com

The question you should ask yourself when you choose your first programming language should be "What do i want to do with it?".




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RE: learning to code Posted on: 01/11/2016 5:47pm
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ZuckeR Posted on: 01/11/2016 11:07am

For simple command line programs this online thing is good enough. But when it comes to working with files and setting up a GUI it probably won't work. Setting up an environment for C++ is really easy actually. Some IDEs like Code::Blocks install everything you need in one go. But even setting up everything yourself is simple enough. I personally use GCC and Notepad++ to program in C/C++ and once you've set that up its pretty easy. At first i was using Dev-C++ and Code::Blocks but switched to that simpler setup for more control. Creating a GUI is still probably easier in an IDE though.

GCC tdm-gcc.tdragon.net
Code::Blocks www.codeblocks.org
Dev-C++ orwelldevcpp.blogspot.com

The question you should ask yourself when you choose your first programming language should be "What do i want to do with it?".


I tried using eclipse C/C++ and it kept needing me to install more stuff. That's when I resorted to using http://www.tutorialspoint.com/compile_cpp_online.php which worked out well for me and enabled me to continue learning C++. Then you mentioned setting up a GUI so I installed GCC from the link you gave, and it fixed all the issues with eclipse, thanks  yes

 Edit: Though since the computer I'm using is old, outdated, and laggy, I had to end up using the website again lol