and there are many, many other threads and sources on here to search for and find help. Also many of the coders are kind enough to lend a helping hand now and again, if approached properly. Just spend all the time you can reading and learning at first. Good luck
*SIDE NOTE* for any threads that are helpful on your journey to become a mad hacker, PLEASE thank and rep those that took the time and effort to post these tutorials. Good luck!
There's a few steps in learning how to make hacks.
First, you needa learn c++ so buy a book or PAID tutorial (with reviews comparable to that of a book) free tutorials, such as the one on mpgh will teach you what stuff does but you won't understand anything.
Then you need to check out msdn for some more code snippets. Truly master the c++ language.
You SHOULD be able to make hacks that do not require d3d. And at this point you WILL know what they are, so don't ask.
Learn all about d3d from the documentation, online tutorials, books, etc. And BAM! You can make simple hacks. To make more advanced hacks, you need a form of logic in your brain.
I don't need easy, I just need possible. ~ Me
There are three birds on a fence. Two decide to fly away, how many are left? Three, just because you decide to do something doesn't mean you've done it. ~ Don't know who said this
Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
Originally Posted by VirtualSia
You both have a very weird and awkward view on Computer science.
Computer science is about computing, which is programming.
Definition of computing: The use or operation of computers.
Turning on my computer = computing = programming