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    my %#*$ed up learning process

    ok, so im very slowly learning bits and pieces of c++ and have come to a point where i can find similarities with a scripting language i have a little more experience in and that is mirc. i know its a noob lang but everyone has to start somewhere.

    moving on, i need some help and maybe someone can be of some assistance. ive noticed that functions in c++ and aliases (within remote scripts as seen in http://www.mpgh.net/forum/280-other-...on-script.html ) are structured very similarly. not identical but similar.

    what i want to know is if the if statements are the same. they seem to be to me but its been a while since ive seen a working if statement in c++ because i dont mess with it as often as i should.

    sorry for my broken post, im just being curious lol.

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    uhhh C++ is the C syntax, mIRC also looks c-like... though the variables are very weird... My brain exploded trying to understand D:
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    HOLY SHIT ITS USER1!

    lol, the variables are really simple actially. you place them in the variables tab, put a percent sign and the word, for example, %mpgh, then what you want the variable to be, for example %mpgh multiplayer game hacking, then place them in your remote script wherever it should be. if you want to define a variable, simple use
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    set %mpgh
    and you are done. i know that is far different and had i come from a different background i would be boggled too lol.

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    holy fucking shit its user1
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