My first C++ project was a Hello World.
My First assembly project was a Hello World. (I made it on PC-DOS 5 )
My most recent C++ project was a 2D Game engine. I never finished it, but the latest build supported sprite movement, spritesheets, textboxes, antialiased fonts, transparencies and some other things.
My latest assembly project was a 16 bit operating system that resembled CP/M or MS-DOS. I am now rewriting it from scratch and making it 32 bit (not gonna be easy) . It didn't support much, it supported Loading FAT12 floppy disks, dumping memory, printing register contents, exception handling (if a fatal error occurs it will print register contents, say the error and lock the machine up) Yeah didn't do much. But it was like 4 kilobytes large (most of it went to storing strings, the actual code was no larger than 1 kilobyte) Creating a fully functional file system driver in like 400 bytes (read: bytes) of data was pretty challenging for me though.
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Here ends the legend of me; may I rest in peace.
yeah but i figured more people would visit General than the VB thread :3
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Originally Posted by GriffoSwag
By code i mean like full on making source codes and hacks from scratch
I guess that's the same thing, what i did here was decompile a flash game and look for certain variables to manipulate, made one vbForum to play the game and another to hold the hacks which calls variables from forum1. Then made a nice background in Paint.NET!
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Originally Posted by Duffman..
Are injector's hard to make?
Not sure, but making a program is one step. Making said program look good is another! Alas ive seen some tutorials on MPGH about making injectors, quite a few so look around. I suggest using whatever code they give as a base then changing it to be more like you! One you know the basics then you can start making your own stuff.
There is no right and wrong. There's only fun and boring.
You didnt make nothing, you copied code from something else, that counts as just compiling someone elses code, not making something by yourself.
This also applies to 95% of the people that posted in this thread.
You are starting wrong if you didnt do a Hello World console project at first. So.. bullshit, all of you.
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