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What programming language to learn to make a software like senukex and magic submitter?

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  1. GAdsense

    GAdsense Junior Member

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    Anyone know? I'm starting to learn C# at a moment but is VERY VERY interested to learn on coding such powerful software.. what programming language should I learn?
     
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    Any standard desktop programming language would be able to do what those softwares can do. C# would do it just fine. But remember, its not going to be done in a day or 2 for sure.
     
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    Em][n3m Power Member

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    Learn C++ and you will be fine :D , Trust me !!
     
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    You can learn PHP/Javascript as well if you want to keep the software server based rather than desktop.
     
  6. GAdsense

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    So many different recommendations? Which one is really better to learn? to code such software..
     
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    Georgi Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    SENuke is coded in C# and VB.NET so you can keep learning C#
     
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    Xp3r7 Regular Member

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    There is no magical answer to this question.
    If you learn one language but learn it really good, you'll know the concepts of programming and learning a new language will means learning only new syntax(plus libs and etc.) but nothing more.
     
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    You can't start learning programming today and build a huge ass software tomorrow. Focus more on the form scraping then form submitting then get to handling strings and data collection and you get a basic form submitter.
     
  10. GAdsense

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    I'm a C# beginner any recommendations of tools to download to start coding? I have read 1 C# beginner ebook it asked to get visual studio C#??
     
  11. Jannes

    Jannes Newbie

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    Get visual studio C# express, that's free version you can start with. Enough online tutorials to start with. Start with making some simple programs that reads txt files and sort them or something, or get some input from user and save to txt (you get the point). After that try to make a simple calculator, after that combine it with read/save results from txt. Then buy/get some book that explains object oriented programming, probably the book has some examples you can work out. If you get your hold on it, try to make server and client that can send objects or data over tcp connection to get you started with some tcp stuff.

    Go play, and lean to code. Try to find some opensource C# projects so you can look if you can understand the way they designed it, make some changes to it, etc etc.

    Eventually you will get the know how for a bigger project, but don't expect to reach that goal within few months if you don't have any programming experience.