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LogicKills

Member Since 25 May 2008
Offline Last Active May 23 2010 05:44 PM
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In Topic: Tutorials on emulating key stroke and mouse events..

23 May 2010 - 05:40 PM

Maybe checking out the MSDN page on SendInput() will help: SendInput()
If that doesn't help just google SendInput example and I am sure you will find something!

In Topic: What do you do?

12 November 2009 - 03:12 PM

Full time high school student. I work 3-4 days a week as a hardware specialist at at regional PC repair place. I repair motherboard components on laptops and build custom servers and such.

In Topic: Buffer and unbuffer

12 November 2009 - 02:56 PM

The phrasing of your question is really hard to follow. I will go out on a limb and act as if you are asking about buffers.


In languages such as C and C++ you have the ability to manipulate memory addresses. Doing this allows you with great program control however it also gives you the ability to shoot yourself in the foot.

In an array in C sometimes things are copied over that are too large for the array - thus overflowing it. Many ways exist to keep this from happening. Functions also exist that you should steer clear of due to the whole bounds checking thing.

In C++ they have safe datatypes such as Vectors that expand as needed.
Hope this helps.

In Topic: C++ newbie.

12 November 2009 - 02:50 PM

The best way to learn a programming language (just like most other things) is practice. You have to make sure that you are constantly programming new things. You also have the be determined enough to be able to keep going even when your code doesn't compile.

A fun way to get fairly good at programming is working on open source projects. It is only fun if you enjoy the project. You can start small by finding bugs and trying to figure out what can be done to fix. Eventually you will actual submit your own patches.

If you enjoy programming and know a bit but want to learn. Myself and a buddy work on an open source keylogger. It's on SourceForge under "myHook". Pretty good code base so far.

Good luck!

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