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In Topic: [.NET 2008] Random output

03 March 2009 - 10:53 PM

I think I explained it wrong.
Instead of it outputting "Quote 1", I meant for it to actually output a string of text, maybe not a quote, maybe a name for instance.

In Topic: [c#.net 2008 sp1] massive request!

19 September 2008 - 01:02 AM

Wow, ok calm down.

Results 1 - 10 of about 74,800 for battle.net bot source code. (0.17 seconds)

Results 1 - 10 of about 789 for battle.net bot source code visual basic.net. (0.06 seconds)

^^99% don't even relate to my search query.^^

In Topic: [c#.net 2008 sp1] massive request!

18 September 2008 - 11:10 PM

You have to state what type of source code your looking for although it just sounds like you want to edit the bot so it has your name.

I actually want a bot source code, to edit it's namespace etc. then see how it works and recreate my own bot from scratch.

If you are unfamilar with any programming lanaguage i suggest you start off in vb get yourself familar with how bots work and connect to battle.net then move on from there. Also C# is ok but i prefur c++ better. There are a lot of source codes out there in vb a few in c++, fewer in php and perl.

I spent a lot of time searching and found none that actually worked in VB, could you possibly link one?

You have to state what type of source code your looking for

Battle.Net bot that connects, can be used for chat and clan management.

In Topic: [c#.net 2008 sp1] massive request!

18 September 2008 - 02:07 AM

Sorry for a late reply, problems with my programs + my laptop.
Mmmk, I used to code in VB, and I found from a friend that, once you learn it, C# > > VB, and I decided meh I'll learn it.

But its pretty simple My suggestion is to start off using a bnls type server for your bot. Then move onto hashes when you feel more comfortable.

Honestly I only intend to do BNLS, I really don't see the point of hashing, because when I use it, I don't seem to see any difference.

If I did get a source code, how hard would it be to change all the namespaces from like xBot to yBot?

Quite honestly I'm unsure of my abilities as a programmer, I've never decided "Right, from 12th Octember to the 31st February, I am gonna build some awesome program". I would certainly be able to do the basic stuff, but connection (eg sending of CDKeys, Name, password, etc.) is something I don't think I would be able to derive from somewhere. A lot of tutorials are difficult for me to understand, as they are designed for more advanced programmers, not a 14yr old =(

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