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[CODING]Could someone point me in the right direction?

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    [CODING]Could someone point me in the right direction?

    I know alot of the basics of C++, but I haven't really played with C++ for about 2 years, I know of Cplusplus.com to brush up on my basics.

    What I would like to know, is what should I look into for coding bots?

    I know I need to learn basics, OpenGl, and D3D, but what else should I look into?

    Thanks for help in advance.

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    Re: [CODING]Could someone point me in the right direction?

    Definitely learn some ASM and get familiar with Olly or IDA.

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    Re: [CODING]Could someone point me in the right direction?

    Since you know C/C++ you should download a basehook, download a game sdk, and start programming your own bot. Once you get a feel for it you can move on to advanced concepts like hooking details and offset finding.
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    Re: [CODING]Could someone point me in the right direction?

    Quote Originally Posted by siLenCer View Post
    Definitely learn some ASM and get familiar with Olly or IDA.
    Any particular ASM, or will any kind do? aka, MASM, NASM, etc. I do, however realize that ASM doesn't work on all CPU architecture, that AMD and Intel arent the same ASM, but other than that, any other specifics?

    Quote Originally Posted by jmpnop View Post
    Since you know C/C++ you should download a basehook, download a game sdk, and start programming your own bot. Once you get a feel for it you can move on to advanced concepts like hooking details and offset finding.

    I will probably have to brush up a little bit, but I think I can work something, once I understand what is going on inside them.


    Any thing else I would want to look at?

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    Re: [CODING]Could someone point me in the right direction?

    Quote Originally Posted by lawlhax View Post
    AMD and Intel arent the same ASM, but other than that, any other specifics?
    yes they are... x86 architecture
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    Re: [CODING]Could someone point me in the right direction?

    Quote Originally Posted by Couch View Post
    yes they are... x86 architecture
    Sweet! I was probably thinking x86 and x64 aren't the same.

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    Re: [CODING]Could someone point me in the right direction?

    Quote Originally Posted by lawlhax View Post
    Sweet! I was probably thinking x86 and x64 aren't the same.
    wha? the architectures are similar; a big difference with x64 is an extended instruction set for 64 bit registers. not really sure if there's anything else changed.

    dunno why you're generalizing amd/intel with certain architecture sets
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    Re: [CODING]Could someone point me in the right direction?

    Quote Originally Posted by Couch View Post
    wha? the architectures are similar; a big difference with x64 is an extended instruction set for 64 bit registers. not really sure if there's anything else changed.

    dunno why you're generalizing amd/intel with certain architecture sets


    Gah, if I had known THAT one, I would have started learning ASM a long time ago before I worked on C++. I just didn't want to learn 300 types of ASM, but if what you are saying is correct, then that shouldn't happen. ASM will be a language I will learn, been wanting to anyway.

    Anything else I should learn?

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    Re: [CODING]Could someone point me in the right direction?

    Quote Originally Posted by lawlhax View Post
    Anything else I should learn?
    yes, that towers are typically build bottem first...
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    Re: [CODING]Could someone point me in the right direction?

    Quote Originally Posted by jmpnop View Post
    yes, that towers are typically build bottem first...
    thats an awesome metaphor relevant to the topic. nice!

    like jmpnop says, start with the basics and work your way up
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