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Some pointers about programming language..

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by ianbong, May 22, 2012.

  1. ianbong

    ianbong Newbie

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    Hello BHW peeps,

    I'm really interested in learning some coding. My ultimate goal would be to create something functional for mass production e.g. mass account creation and stuff.

    I've been seeing the threads and seems like a lot of the bots out there use .net framework.

    My question is, could I create a bot using relatively simple language like Python?

    Any pointers from experienced coders are greatly appreciated. Also please don't suggest to me to go buy bots because that's not my point - I wanna learn to code myself.
     
  2. accelerator_dd

    accelerator_dd Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I would personally C# for what you want to achieve. I've coded quite a few bots to tell you that once you get the hang of it, coding bots will be very fun. If you need any help, you can find a handful of people here who are also doing C# and we could all help you out on the way.
     
  3. Vibrance

    Vibrance Junior Member

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    As above, start with C# and then optionally move to C++ once you are fairly proficient in it
     
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    madoctopus Supreme Member

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    python is great for bots but building GUIs is not as easy as in visual studio
     
  5. openaidbh

    openaidbh BANNED BANNED

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    This.

    You can build a bot in pretty much any language, but as far as making something for commercial distribution (read: user-friendly) Visual Studio is the easiest way to create a pleasing GUI while using a powerful language (VB.Net or C#). Personally, I'm a Visual Basic fan. I actually just tabbed over to BHW from VBS, if that tells you anything :)