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    Quote Originally Posted by jewbele View Post
    is c++ really hard to learn? i was reading about it but they had a few words i had no idea what they meant, or what they meant or represented specifically in c++...
    No, not particularly. It does, however, require much patience. Lastly, I don't recommend it.

    I recommend you learn Visual Basic, or, alternatively Java/C# (Java and C# are different languages, but they're pretty much equivalent). You will love me later on for this if you decide to take programming further. :)

    C++ for most things is an overkill. It's like using differentiation and calculus to find the gradient of a horizontal line: 0. Programming in Visual Basic, C# or Java will allow you to program literally 10 times faster than if you do the same thing in C++.

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    I'm originally from Java/C# and I would recommend them for starter languages, but I wouldn't recommend going through the headaches of using it for game hacking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apoc91 View Post
    I'm originally from Java/C# and I would recommend them for starter languages, but I wouldn't recommend going through the headaches of using it for game hacking.
    They will be your most powerful asset when applying for jobs though. In anything related to computers - computer scientist, graphic designer, sysadmin etc.. Although you may not follow this path, you'll use C# everyday, as I do, to automate so much... Even though your tasks aren't directly related to programming, you'll use it everyday to speed things up or reduce your workload :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by freedompeace View Post
    If you have no idea how to make hacks and you've got prior experience in C++, then you shouldn't live.
    I am experienced with C++ yet i have no idea how to make a win32 application (FULLY).
    I just like programming, that is all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by topblast View Post


    I am experienced with C++ yet i have no idea how to make a win32 application (FULLY).
    Managed C++ where it at

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    Quote Originally Posted by topblast View Post


    I am experienced with C++ yet i have no idea how to make a win32 application (FULLY).
    making a Win32 application != C++ .

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    perhaps seing you know c++ maybe someone will need your help coding.. and you can learn what you dont know from them.just a thought

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    Quote Originally Posted by whit View Post
    Managed C++ where it at
    Sometimes i ask my self if you really even know the reason people dont use managed code.


    Quote Originally Posted by freedompeace View Post


    making a Win32 application != C++ .
    it still is a section of it.
    I just like programming, that is all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by topblast View Post


    Sometimes i ask my self if you really even know the reason people dont use managed code.




    it still is a section of it.
    and your point?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jewbele View Post
    is c++ really hard to learn? i was reading about it but they had a few words i had no idea what they meant, or what they meant or represented specifically in c++...
    @jewbele I would suggest learning .lua scripting first... made it a whole lot easyer for me to learn what C++ codeing i know now...
    a little kiddish way to start learning .lua scripting is: http://www.R Oblox.com thats kiddish but easy... you learn a little bit of that and ull understand more in C++... lolz i started that when i was five, now im 13 and learning how to code CA hacks. if any would help... that would be grrrrreeat!
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