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just finished reading "python programming for the absolute beginner"

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Jason_parker700, Jan 28, 2010.

  1. Jason_parker700

    Jason_parker700 Regular Member

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    Hey guys, i just finished reading the above mentioned book, but it still seems like there is plenty to learn and that's not enought at all.

    Creating bots and applications are far more complicated than what i have learnt from this book. At this moment, i have no clue as to what i need to create good apps.

    PLease give some advice.

    thanks
     
  2. angliapause

    angliapause Newbie

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    Well if you want to use python set yourself a new project something simple like make a song organiser or something like that ... i did it when i was studying and also why did you learn python? C++ and c sharp are much better and much more widely used.
     
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    Jason_parker700 Regular Member

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    C, C++ are too complicated aren't they ? Moreover, python is simple to understand and in many ways is like normal languages that humans speak. Right now, i want to try to code something, but i have no idea where to begin.

    This is all that i know

    loops
    lists
    tuples
    dictationaries
    classes
    functions
    and all the usual stuff you see.........

    But i quickly need to start building bots and applications. Just like some of the elite coders in BHW.
     
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    angliapause Newbie

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    i agree that python is easier but for c++ and c sharp you can write up pseudocode and than implement it

    as for ideas you can start with something simple remember the best way to learn is do something, also don't be afraid to take some one elses code and play with it , as long as you don't sell it they wont mind :D, when i started programming i was doing stuff like made a vending machine than a small website submit bot etc... don't start on huge things straight away and Remember when writing something and its from my personal experience start with writing tests first in that way you wont get lost whilst implementing code.

    Well Good luck :)
     
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    Jason_parker700 Regular Member

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    I tried using Imacros, but by the time i learn imacro scripting language, it will be too late. On the other hand i do have some knowledge about python so i'll just proceed with it.

    But still iMacros is on my things to do list.
     
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    use php curl to write your first bots, itll be a lot easier.