Im currently reading a beginners guide to c++. takes you through hello world program to classes, arrays,directx. Im currently reading the classes/objects.(polymorphism, and eco..something). Ive glanced over the book but it doesnt seem to relate to anything useful when hacking CA. Im getting ready to go and buy a new book, can anyone recommend one that will have the most useful information that will apply to coding hacks. Thnx
I got a C++ begginers guide, that ive had around 4 years now and just last week started reading it, about 1/3 of the way through it. that is im making sure i know exactly what they are trying to explain(reason its taking me so long). Today i bought the book 'Hacking: the art of exploration'. Which i scanned through it, (it also has basic c++ explanation, ) but the reason i bought it is it goes into explaining assembly code aswell. The book is for people with a good grasp on c or C++, So im hoping with my beginners C++ book and the Hacking: art of exploration will give me the info i need to start coding hacks myself. And thanks for the links the first one seems more useful to me.
BTW, any idea where i can find a reference of commands and basic discription of the contents of the library's.