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    I Need Help(Obviously hehe O.O)

    Ok since you guys dont like me *cough* NOOB or even think I can code C++ in which i was taught to hack in PTC Commands by a hacker in .net
    can you guys teach me how to hack with memory. I download NOOB's superbullets and they pwn and I wanna contribute as much as others, so can you MPGH pro's out there teach me how to hack with memory and hex values tyvm in advance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chocolate[Coder] View Post
    Ok since you guys dont like me *cough* NOOB or even think I can code C++ in which i was taught to hack in PTC Commands by a hacker in can you guys teach me how to hack with memory. I download NOOB's superbullets and they pwn and I wanna contribute as much as others, so can you MPGH pro's out there teach me how to hack with memory and hex values tyvm in advance.
    Remove that Website name it's considered Advertising, which is against the rules.
    Last edited by AVGN; 02-02-2011 at 12:20 AM.



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    You don't start programming from game hacking.

    You learn to walk before you can run.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Astral Witch View Post
    You don't start programming from game hacking.

    You learn to walk before you can run.
    Well I learned a-bit from Game Hacking, another bit from cpluplus.com and another bit from antiRTFM



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    Hmm..

    Maybe you should learn to crawl before walk..

    As in, you should try to code combat arms menus with regular mojo before mixing with the memory and hex

    Like my menu below xD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Astral Witch View Post
    You don't start programming from game hacking.

    You learn to walk before you can run.
    This......

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    C++ isn't only used to create hacks.

    Learn C++

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    Lol I learned from antiRTFM n00b sp00nfed series and MSDN with the occasional google here and there for about a year now and just this month ive started .dll hacks and I think im proggresing a lttle to quick so I am gettting a book on .Dll management and memory editing for C++. Also I started from the console and .exe programs and I have been doing that for a while now and I'm broadening my horizon to a whole new world called C++ .Dll hacking and MPGH.net.
    Last edited by Chocolate[Coder]; 02-01-2011 at 10:12 PM. Reason: typos

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    AntiRTFM Aint shit..
    You gotta read a book then read another book

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    hey antiRTFM is good also what books do you recommend other than Win 32 Programming, because I am going to get them all.

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    I'm currently reading C++ for Dummies, as well as reading and studying other's codes and trying to break them down and explain what everything means. I've been doing this for maybe a week now and I seem to be picking it up pretty quickly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by XxJonBoiixX View Post
    I'm currently reading C++ for Dummies, as well as reading and studying other's codes and trying to break them down and explain what everything means. I've been doing this for maybe a week now and I seem to be picking it up pretty quickly.
    C++ for Dummies isa no go..

    I recommend C++ Premier Plus

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    Quote Originally Posted by whit+ View Post
    C++ for Dummies isa no go..

    I recommend C++ Premier Plus
    I recomend

    Sams - C++ Primer Plus (5th Edition)

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    Hmm, I was told it was good to start off with. But I will plan on getting those when I'm done with this one. Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by XxJonBoiixX View Post
    I'm currently reading C++ for Dummies, as well as reading and studying other's codes and trying to break them down and explain what everything means. I've been doing this for maybe a week now and I seem to be picking it up pretty quickly.
    C++ for dummies is not a good book to read I read C++ for Dummies and Coding for Dummies barely anything learned, a month of my life wasted. I recommend a more sophisticated book on C++, there are a-lot just look around Amazon.



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