Ok so I'm a noob so what? I can still find a decent tutorial on the net.8)
On that page are links to 12 chapters ranging from how C++ began and writing 'hello world' to "exception handling, templates, dynamic allocation, and namespaces". ???
I have seen all the C++ tutorials here and looked at some of the sources. Basically all you need to write your own is to understand C++ as others have said. And where better to do it than the Microsoft recommended one? :P PS it contains only standard C++ so no VC++ is necessary
Obviously it does not focus on making hacks : but as all the stuff for actually making a hack is online >, a VERY well written C++ tutorial is all that is required, and this seems to cover just about all the basics. If, like me, you felt you have to read everything like three times to understand it on these tutorials here on CU, then these are for you ;D. They take it very slowly, but you learn it very easily because of that. It is also well divided up, so you can take it one part at a time, and you can skip parts if you don't think that they'll be useful for whatever you wish to do.>
I've only done Chapter 1 so far but if you have any problems with it, I didn't, so you can ask me . It would feel nice to have somebody asking me for help instead of the other way round. If you have any questions that I can't answer, then you can bother 'The Greats'. :P
If I have done something COMPLETELY wrong in creating a new thread for this please tell me!
Thanks, Nosferatu (means Vampire)