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      Hello, I'm Injectulate.

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      I previously have a few months of experience in Java, and was developing illegal applications. Mostly stuff for stress testing, so technically you could argue that it's legal. I have taken interest in having an advantage in online games, and have made the choice to switch to C++ since it better suits what I'm interested in. No, I don't use this name anywhere else. I use a unique name on every forum to make it harder for people to pull stuff up on me when they attempt to dox.

      Anyways, I'm looking forward to a friendly community with knowledgeable people who are willing to share what they have learned; as all education and information should be free.


      Also, this is what really bothers me about C programmers :P


      2:32 PM - Me: do you know what really pisses me off about C programmers
      2:32 PM - Friend: what
      2:32 PM - Me: the way they place their curly brackets
      2:32 PM - Me: they need a entire fucking seperate line just to put a {
      2:33 PM - Me: look at this s**t
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      Hello, I'm Injectulate.
      2:33 PM - Me: y cant they just do this
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      Hello, I'm Injectulate.

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      Hello! Welcome.
      Do you know how to do d3d9 wall hack or Chams? It's for a online game, called Blackshot

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      Hi and Welcome, To be honest the brackets are a preference, I personally like to spread things code out as much as possible for better readability.

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      Honestly im with Fleep on this one, it just looks better if u put the brackets on separate lines, so if ur making lets say a function u can easily know where it ends and starts, in short readability..

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      Quote Originally Posted by K
      Hello! Welcome.
      Do you know how to do d3d9 wall hack or Chams? It's for a online game, called Blackshot
      No, quite honestly I don't even have any experience with the OpenGL library.

      Quote Originally Posted by Fleep
      Hi and Welcome, To be honest the brackets are a preference, I personally like to spread things code out as much as possible for better readability.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Konsowa
      Honestly i with Fleep on this one, it just looks better if u put the brackets on separate lines, so if ur making lets say a function u can easily know where it ends and starts, in short readability..
      Hello, I'm Injectulate.
      Just some of my GUI code for a Java-based authentication system I made. Not going to start any arguments but I don't see how this looks dirty besides my comments.

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      Code looks great, but once again its more a preference than anything.
      Its like how some people use brackets when doing one line if's and others don't

      Code:
      if(Aimbot)
        AimCrosshair(PlayerData);
      else
      {
        AdvicePlayer()
      }