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    [Request] Keep anything compution heavy out of your...

    Keep anything compution heavy out of your rendering routine. If your render method takes too long, the frames will drop
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    [Help] 0x001F0000 is the base address of the module...

    0x001F0000 is the base address of the module TTREngine.exe. You can find this by enumerating the modules in the target process using EnumProcessModules or GetModuleHandle.

    And you probably don't...
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    [Help] You should take several steps back and start...

    You should take several steps back and start learning about programming and computers before you get into game hacking...
  4. Thread: C++ & Math

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    Probably depends on the country, but for me logic...

    Probably depends on the country, but for me logic was in the first semester. Not directly math but closely related. Also my course of studies was "applied computer science" so that probably makes a...
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    [Solved] C# supports pointers, so it's basically the same...

    C# supports pointers, so it's basically the same as in C++
  6. Thread: C++ language

    by Biesi
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    Same as for any other thing you can learn. But...

    Same as for any other thing you can learn. But the first step would be to learn the difference between C# and C++. You're in the wrong section.
  7. Is batch still a thing? I mean.. we have...

    Is batch still a thing? I mean.. we have PowerShell for a while now
  8. [Help Request] There's a sticky thread in this section that...

    There's a sticky thread in this section that lists some books and resources. And I doubt that there are any programming beginners tutorials for creating cheats. Game Hacks and cheats are way to...
  9. Thread: C++ & Math

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    Depends on the kind of website again. If it's...

    Depends on the kind of website again. If it's math related it requires more math. When it's not, then you're good with calculating margins and boundaries that are just simple arithmetic operations...
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    Sticky: [Source Code] There is a point. If you throw a Win32Exception...

    There is a point. If you throw a Win32Exception the framework will put a useful error message to your error. So the user will get a "0x5 Access denied" instead of a generic "operation failed".
  11. Thread: C++ & Math

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    Maths and programming share a similar way of...

    Maths and programming share a similar way of thinking, so if you can't wrap you head around how math even works you're going to have a hard time learning programming. That does not mean it's...
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    Sticky: [Source Code] You should start using Marshal.GetLastError() and...

    You should start using Marshal.GetLastError() and SetLastError = true for your p/invokes
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    [Discussion] C++ becomes less popular as other...

    C++ becomes less popular as other JIT-compiled/interpreted languages are more efficient for simple tasks. However, if you want to stay close to the hardware C++ is a very good language. You'll surely...
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    [Discussion] IMO, C is a good start. Most tutorials and...

    IMO, C is a good start. Most tutorials and courses teach you the most basic things about programming and the syntax of the language is probably the most common among programming languages. Once you...
  15. [Help] First of all.. what is a "legit aimbot"? Second,...

    First of all.. what is a "legit aimbot"?
    Second, there is nobody who's going to invest that much resources into teaching you programming AND hacking, you'll have to do at least one by yourself...
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    Sticky: [Source Code] Nice, go for manual mapping next. I can offer...

    Nice, go for manual mapping next. I can offer some C++ code for reference here
  17. [Solved] Might depend on the operating system you're using...

    Might depend on the operating system you're using or trying to run this on. AFAIK Win 7 etc. only have the 3.5 framework installed, later Windows versions come with higher framework versions.

    You...
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    [Help Request] Bruteforce is obsolete, you need social...

    Bruteforce is obsolete, you need social engineering to get accounts nowadays
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    [Source Code] Is this the new spaghet version of posting...

    Is this the new spaghet version of posting offsets?
  20. Thread: pHitBox

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    [Source Code] And this is the structure for the nodes, at least...

    And this is the structure for the nodes, at least the parts of it that I reversed few years ago



    struct ModelNode
    {
    int8_t ___spacer01[4];
    char name[32];
    float damage_factor;
    float...
  21. Thread: Invisible hack!

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    [Tutorial] I don't know anymore, but I guess it is "M-idle"...

    I don't know anymore, but I guess it is "M-idle" as the comment says
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    Sticky: [Source Code] UIntPtr might be the help for all of your...

    UIntPtr might be the help for all of your problems. No need to dynamically switch between x64 and x86 /pls
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    [Help] Yes you can obviously beam the data from a web...

    Yes you can obviously beam the data from a web server directly into your physical RAM storage, duh.

    Obviously you can't. If the file is on a server in the internet then you have to download it....
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    [Help] 32 bit into 32 bit processes and 64 bit into 64...

    32 bit into 32 bit processes and 64 bit into 64 bit processes. The operating system does the dealing with word length.
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    [Help] Because it's built using "Any CPU" option, so it...

    Because it's built using "Any CPU" option, so it will run as x64 on x64 computers
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