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    Question: How do I convert hexadecimal numbers to decimal

    Answer:

    Decimal means 10
    Hex means 6
    Hexadecimal means 16
    Octo means 8
    Binary means 2

    Decimal has a base of 10, which means there are 10 numbers that fit into 1 'slot':
    0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9

    Hex(adecimal) has a base of 16 which means that there are 16 'numbers' that fit into 1 'slot':
    0x0,0x1,0x2,0x3,0x4,0x5,0x6,0x7,0x8,0x9,0xA,0xB,0x C,0xD,0xE,0xF

    Octal has a base of 8, which means there are 8 numbers that fit into 1 'slot':
    0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7

    Binary has a base of 2, which means there are only 2 numbers that fit into 1 'slot':
    0 and 1

    converting any of these to decimal is easy, start at the right and work back to the left:

    hex example:
    0xAF
    for F we need to move 0 to the left.
    so the F has a value of 15*16^0, 16^0 is 1, so its 15
    for A we need to move 1 to the left.
    so the A has a value of 10*16^1, 16^1 is 16, so its 10*16 = 160
    160+15=175
    so 0xAF is 175 in decimal.

    octal example:
    123
    for the 3 we need to move 0 to the left.
    so the 3 has a value of 3*8^0, 8^0 is 1, so its 3
    for the 2 we have to move 1 to the left.
    so the 2 has a value of 2*8^1, 8^1 is 8, so its 2*8=16
    for the 1 we need to move 2 to the left.
    so the 1 has a value of 1*8^2, 8^2 is 64, so its 1*64=64
    64+16+3=83
    so 112 is 83 in decimal.

    binary example:
    1010
    for the 0 we need to move 0 to the left
    0*2^0 = 0
    for the 1 we need to move 1 to the left
    1*2^1 = 2
    for the next 0 we need to move 2 to the left
    0*2^2 = 0
    for the next 1 we need to move 3 to the left
    1*2^3 = 8
    8+0+2+0 = 10
    so 1010 is 10 in decimal

    ill write up conversion functions later this week
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    How do i learn to hack.
    Thats teh best question ever and i cant get to it

    3 years ago, I was hacking/playing Combat Arms thinking it was the best FPS ever made. Now, I own Black Ops, Modern Warfare 2, Bad Company 2 and Quantum of Solace. Every time I play COD, it all comes down to skill from Combat Arms.
    Quote Originally Posted by AVGN
    i read your sig,

    and its true, playing against SO many hackers in CA

    increases your skill against legit player in other games!
    Sure... Thats what i meant

    And when I play Combat Arms now, I play better because the other games have taught me to watch for campers
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    Quote Originally Posted by luongoo View Post
    How do i learn to hack.
    Thats teh best question ever and i cant get to it
    Answer to all your problems: Jump infront of a train kthxbai
    Ah we-a blaze the fyah, make it bun dem!

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    Quote Originally Posted by luongoo View Post
    How do i learn to hack.
    Thats teh best question ever and i cant get to it
    Download C++ here.

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    How about a what is ASM/Assembly
    I'm sure they'll have to learn it eventually if they really get interested in hacking.
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    Is there a way to add in FAQ that the best way of getting crap from a game is actually learning beforehand ? ., Too many saddy topics.
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    What book should I get?


    Question: What book should I get?

    Answer:

    I have heard this question asked a countless number of times during my time at MPGH. The answer is always the same. Whatever works best for you. Not everyone learns the same. Some people don't even learn by books at all. So this FAQ only serves to give a few of the most popular books members have read and recommend. You should always do some research on Amazon or preview a book before you buy it.

    Personal Recommendation:
    Herbert Schildt's C++: A Beginners Guide - Quite simply one of the best C++, or even best programming book I have ever read. The style of delivery, the excellent examples and good number of practice programs. Everything struck the right balance with me. Enough programs to practice what you've learned without being busy work. A Broad and In-depth explanation into C++, without taking detours or hanging to long in any particular subject. Simply put it introduces you to the language, noting more nothing less. This books was also featured on Microsoft's Visual Studios download page. You should know I already had some experience programming in Java, so this may have affected my experience. I still highly recommend giving this book a shot.

    Other Books:

    C++ Primer I've also heard good things about the C++ Primer. A bit long, but more in depth I think. Excellent ratings on Amazon and recommended by a particularly high number of Canadians for some reason...

    The C++ Programming Language By Bjarne Stroustrup - This one is a must to be included on the list of recommended books. Since Bjarne Stroustrup invented C++, it would be hard to not think of him as an expert on the language, and perhaps even the most knowledgeable person to explain it. All that being said. The book is a bit old, but it's a classic, and definitely worth looking into.

    EDIT: HD Feel free to edit my post to add your own book if you like.
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    "Every gun that is made, every warship launched, every rocket fired signifies, in the final sense, a theft from those who hunger and are not fed, those who are cold and are not clothed. This world in arms is not spending money alone. It is spending the sweat of its laborers, the genius of its scientists, the hopes of its children. The cost of one modern heavy bomber is this: a modern brick school in more than 30 cities. It is two electric power plants, each serving a town of 60,000 population. It is two fine, fully equipped hospitals. It is some fifty miles of concrete pavement. We pay for a single fighter plane with a half million bushels of wheat. We pay for a single destroyer with new homes that could have housed more than 8,000 people. This is, I repeat, the best way of life to be found on the road the world has been taking. This is not a way of life at all, in any true sense. Under the cloud of threatening war, it is humanity hanging from a cross of iron."
    - Dwight D. Eisenhower

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    Quote Originally Posted by why06 View Post

    The C++ Programming Language By Bjarne Stroustrup - This one is a must to be included on the list of recommended books. Since Bjarne Stroustrup invented C++, it would be hard to not think of him as an expert on the language, and perhaps even the most knowledgeable person to explain it. All that being said. The book is a bit old, but it's a classic, and definitely worth looking into.
    Book is highly recommended I've read it and it was A++



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    What is a DLL?

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    Question: What is a DLL?

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    A .dll is short for Dynamic-link Library. It contains information that may be used by an executable to allow the executable access to more information. Most .dll's may be regarded as plug-ins. A plug-in is, in most cases, a .dll in which an a parent software/ application obtains more features by opening the .dll in the application. Hack .dll's are read by the application (Combat Arms, CrossFire, etc.) by injecting the information into it, which is basically a manual feed of it.

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    I'm in the process of working my way through Stroustrup's "The C++ Programming Language". I was wondering what topics I should pursue in C++ after I've covered the material in his book, primarily for the purpose of game hacking.

    Some things I think I will be looking into are API hooking and ASM. On a separate note, is there a specific implementation of ASM that is more relevant to game hacking? Or will any(HLASM) suffice?

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    how can i add source code to the game or how to make .dll to inject please help

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    Quote Originally Posted by zalat View Post
    how can i add source code to the game or how to make .dll to inject please help
    You don't

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    Can run a .exe without run the program by user?

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