[Help]MAKING RUNESCAPE BOT[HELP]

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[Help]MAKING RUNESCAPE BOT[HELP]
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    [Help]MAKING RUNESCAPE BOT[HELP]

    Hi

    Could anyone explain how to make a simple bot like scar or rsbot?:nuts:

    I will be willing to learn any programming lan.....

    PLEASE HELP ME>_<
     
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    Learn the fundamentals of Java first and then ask for help with this. With a language like Java, one must work from the ground up.
     
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    It's the same with any other language.

    It's rather complicated and requires you to know a fair bit of Java. In rsbot, they hook certain fields in the client so they can be used for various other things.
    Rsbot is a BCEL bot. If you wish to look at an example of a well designed updater, i suggest you take a look at franks.

    Refer to: http://jakarta.apache.org/bcel/
     
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    Well, duh. It's clear he hasn't done much programming before though which is why I said he should learn Java.
     
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    Starting off with Java isn't always the best.

    Try something such as Python to get an understanding of the basics that are near the same in most languages, and I'd try Java after your comfortable with things such as arrays, variables, user input, and try some C++.
     
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    What's wrong with Java as a starting point?
     
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