He does have a point though. This isn't the section to ask questions about how to do things, it's for source code or people who actually know what they're doing somewhat but have an error they can't fix.
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It means SOME poeple(Me included) dont know the language well, and like to learn by having a bit of code to fuck around with.
You know how that works idiot?
I dont fucking feel like sitting there on my ass for months to learn a damn progrem.
Id rather have help from people who arent fucking assholes and are willing to share knowledge.
Thats how i learn.
Not from fuckers who sit there and complain about how they dont fucking want to help.
I'm all for hands on learning, that's how I learn as well. But there is a limit. D3D is a pretty complex part of programming, and going in without even the slightest prior knowledge of code structure isn't going to get you anywhere. You may eventually figure out what each thing does, but you'll have no idea how to write it yourself because you don't understand the concepts at all. Take away the code you want to "fuck around with" and get asked to make it from scratch, and you're suddenly up shits creek without a fucking paddle. It won't help you learn anything and if all you want to learn programming for is to be able to BARELY understand how a hack functions (i.e be able to know just enough to change the text on a menu so it reads your name) then you should gtfo. And if you were really interested in programming, you'd have no problems in taking on simpler lessons before jumping into D3D.
Originally Posted by Jeremy S. Anderson
There are only two things to come out of Berkley, Unix and LSD,
and I don’t think this is a coincidence
You can win the rat race,
But you're still nothing but a fucking RAT.