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    Help for a newbie?

    Hey guys, I apologize if this pisses anyone off. I just wanted to ask some experienced, or at least semi-experienced coders, where I should start off at. I have begun to learn C++, but there are still many things that I am unaware of. So I was hoping I could ask you guys! I will list my questions below:

    1. What type of software would you recommend for assembling hacks?
    2. Is there anything else OTHER than C+ that I should learn that would benefit me in creating hacks?

    I am sure there will be more to come (if that's ok) as I learn more about C++.

    Thanks in advance for the help!

    P.S. If anyone is looking for an apprentice i'm your man!
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    learn C++ and asm... this will help alot u ^^

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    i would recommend learning Visual Basic 2010/2008 Express Edition first, try out some injectors and learn from the small snippets of code, then move onto C++. if u want to learn C++ (C++ Express Edition 2010/2008 fast i have a tut that i update constantly - http://www.mpgh.net/forum/207-combat...ny-things.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolffang0000 View Post
    i would recommend learning Visual Basic 2010/2008 Express Edition first, try out some injectors and learn from the small snippets of code, then move onto C++. if u want to learn C++ (C++ Express Edition 2010/2008 fast i have a tut that i update constantly - http://www.mpgh.net/forum/207-combat...ny-things.html
    I didn't know Visual Basic 2010/2008 Express Edition was a programming language
    But yes, BASIC is a good introduction to OOP. Also, ALICE is a good language for those looking to learn more advanced Object Oriented Programming.
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    So what i've gathered so far is that I need to start with Visual basic, then learn C++, ASM, OOP, and ALICE? Holy shit... Thanks guys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Kai View Post
    So what i've gathered so far is that I need to start with Visual basic, then learn C++, ASM, OOP, and ALICE? Holy shit... Thanks guys!
    I would go ahead and start in C++ & then ASM

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    Quote Originally Posted by whit+ View Post
    I would go ahead and start in C++ & then ASM
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    I was just saying that ALICE and VB are good intros to OOP.



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    Your a leecher, not a newbie..


    I'm a newbie..


    Ok, well learn c++ then come to me, i'll tell you from there



    By the way, I learned VB .net before c++

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    I appreciate everyone's advice! I'm tired of sitting around and not contributing to MPGH, I wanna do my part for the community.

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    Learn VB.net first.
    It's the easiest to learn then go into C++ and then ASM then game hacking.
    No I do not make game hacks anymore, please stop asking.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Kai View Post
    Hey guys, I apologize if this pisses anyone off. I just wanted to ask some experienced, or at least semi-experienced coders, where I should start off at. I have begun to learn C++, but there are still many things that I am unaware of. So I was hoping I could ask you guys! I will list my questions below:

    1. What type of software would you recommend for assembling hacks?
    2. Is there anything else OTHER than C+ that I should learn that would benefit me in creating hacks?

    I am sure there will be more to come (if that's ok) as I learn more about C++.

    Thanks in advance for the help!

    P.S. If anyone is looking for an apprentice i'm your man!
    aint u a mod of a rival site?

    OnTopic: Well buy a C++ Book Ex: C++ for Dummys(not callin u a dummy)

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    Quote Originally Posted by GHDVIP View Post
    aint u a mod of a rival site?

    OnTopic: Well buy a C++ Book Ex: C++ for Dummys(not callin u a dummy)
    I used to be a while back. But I left due to the site dying out and other crap, it was a waste of time.







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