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Coding C

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    Coding C

    I have a question..
    I'm learning C atm and is it possible to make an aimbot in just C?
    First i'm learning the basics of C then i'll try to make a move to c++
    I'm totally new to C so idk anything about it :-X

    (And sorry if this isn't in the right section)
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    Re: Coding C

    Quote Originally Posted by HardJump
    I have a question..
    I'm learning C atm and is it possible to make an aimbot in just C?
    First i'm learning the basics of C then i'll try to make a move to c++
    I'm totally new to C so idk anything about it :-X

    (And sorry if this isn't in the right section)
    Yes, it is.
    /moved to basics

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    Re: Coding C

    It is possible, though I would suggest learning C++ first since that currently more common than C.. though the languages are very similar. I personally learned C++ first then learned the differences needed for coding C later


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    Re: Coding C

    Sorry for off-topic but,
    Firecracker do you know any coding language except Java?I know you know that one,

    Is it harder then C++?I think thats a hard comparison

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    Re: Coding C

    Yes, The leap from C to C++ will be easier in reverse C is almost ancient now. C++ has a much easier syntax in my opinion and has many advantages over C in not just the reader's standpoint. I personally learned C then C++ then C# but anyway you want to go is up to you. I would recommend going directly to C++ and skipping C altogether. Most coding you'll read that has been done lately as stated before will be in C++. So it's more handy to know C++. Also C can be easily read at least I'm assuming so if you only know C++. You can at least see the actions being made and simple stuff like what parameters are being passed to which functions and so on.
    Go for it if you want but still I think they're on the money with the C++ first. It will be easier to learn it not only because all of the source code on this site is basically C++.

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    Re: Coding C

    Quote Originally Posted by Austin11
    Sorry for off-topic but,
    Firecracker do you know any coding language except Java?I know you know that one,

    Is it harder then C++?I think thats a hard comparison
    The way of thinking, the way of coding thinks in java is highly similar to the way of coding in C++, way more than any other language. It's just a matter of learning the proper syntax and keeping them seperated. So besides hooking, hex addresses kinda things, I'll understand most of the code, but don't ask me to write in C++ myself 8)... So I'll never say I'm a C++ coder... I'm a C++ noob...

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    Re: Coding C

    Coding in C might be even easier because the whole ETSDK is written in C.
    But there is no big difference :P.

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    Re: Coding C

    well there is a difference.. but the language is similar.. just the syntax is just different, same with all high level languages there are similarities but just different enough to make it a hassle to switch over when your so use to one way.

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    Re: Coding C

    Thanks for the replies people..
    So i'll start with the c++ basics now
    Regards,
    j0hn

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    Re: Coding C

    Quote Originally Posted by Firecracker
    The way of thinking, the way of coding thinks in java is highly similar to the way of coding in C++, way more than any other language. It's just a matter of learning the proper syntax and keeping them seperated. So besides hooking, hex addresses kinda things, I'll understand most of the code, but don't ask me to write in C++ myself 8)... So I'll never say I'm a C++ coder... I'm a C++ noob...
    If you're fluent in Java I'd say a transition to C# would be easier for you (in during lol enterprise)
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