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Looking for a course suggestion to create bots
2018-08-30, 06:39 AM,
#1
I want to learn creating/programming bots for different purposes. Which course is best to learn? Which languages are important?
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2018-08-30, 07:14 AM,
#2
Well, I want to know that too. I have knowledge of C++, so idea if it helps.
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2018-08-30, 07:19 AM,
#3
+1 regarding C++

Courses and tutorials are hard to find, especially when it comes to reverse engineering apps.

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2018-08-30, 07:21 AM,
#4
I recommend Java for Bot Software. It's not so hard language and you have many tutorials.
You can search GitHub for some open source bot software.
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2018-08-30, 07:30 AM,
#5
(2018-08-30, 07:21 AM)SMMShoporg Wrote: I recommend Java for Bot Software. It's not so hard language and you have many tutorials.
You can search GitHub for some open source bot software.

Java code can be decompiled (back into the source code). I don't recommend it. Especially not if you want to sell/rent bots.

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2018-08-30, 07:32 AM, (This post was last modified: 2018-08-30, 07:34 AM by Morty.)
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(2018-08-30, 07:30 AM)CharlieHarper Wrote:
(2018-08-30, 07:21 AM)SMMShoporg Wrote: I recommend Java for Bot Software. It's not so hard language and you have many tutorials.
You can search GitHub for some open source bot software.

Java code can be decompiled (back into the source code). I don't recommend it. Especially not if you want to sell/rent bots.

All language can be decompiled/reverse engineering some are easier some more difficult.
That's why there is a lot of security for example code obfuscator.

C++ is harder to decompiled than Java that's true but you can secure Java programs too and make it harder to decompile.
I think you need to try some language and find this one which suits you.
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2018-08-30, 08:09 AM,
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(2018-08-30, 07:32 AM)SMMShoporg Wrote:
(2018-08-30, 07:30 AM)CharlieHarper Wrote: Java code can be decompiled (back into the source code). I don't recommend it. Especially not if you want to sell/rent bots.

All language can be decompiled

Wrong. Only "p-code" based languages (Java, C#, VB.Net etc.) can be decompiled back into the source code.

C++ could only be disassembled, this won't produce C++ source code.

Quote:C++ is harder to decompiled

Wrong, it can't be decompiled, only disassembled.

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2018-08-30, 11:03 AM,
#8
Check out udemy, you may find out some courses. But I am sure learning only one course won't help.
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2018-08-30, 11:17 AM,
#9
(2018-08-30, 11:03 AM)baymaxy Wrote: But I am sure learning only one course won't help.

Somebody else sent me a PM last week and asked questions about bot programming and reverse engineering also.

I told him to create a small Q&A thread as soon as I'll have a little more time.

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