Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by new movies, Oct 25, 2012.
Which language should i learn to make bots like gsa search engine ranker and tweetattacks?
You can pretty much use anything you want!
I would say start learning Python or C#.
I think it is coded in delphi.
Please people......, there is much more to it then just knowing a language.... the language will help you write logic but you will need to be able to talk to other api's and understand the protocols that you need to use for the specific software you want to write.
You can't start learning language to make a software you want, need to start learning, start with practicing, upgrade your knowledge, learn more languages and once you have clue what are you doing and a enough knowledge then try to make a software you want.
All in all it's way easier to purchase the software you need
Still need to learn a language that is capable of handling all these tasks.
For that Delphi or C# would suit you best.
Actually this kind of programming isn't a rockes science. You need to start writting a software and you will learn programming along the way.
Having to learn something before you start "doing" anything is just an excuse for not to start doing it.
I create apps for myself, they do not look pretty but they work, and i didn't need to learn anything.
This software definitelly isn't a rocket sience but there are many platforms to add, so this will probably take more than 200 gours. So i agree it would be far better to hust buy the app as it is cheap, of you do not want to sell such an app yourself.
You could learn Delphi, I can't knock it .. lots of SEO tools are written in it .. but then again your Gran could also become a tattoo artist, it doesn't mean it's not WRONG!!
I am a Linux geek, I have long since left Microsoft as my every day platform .. but when I do write for Windows, I use .NET, C# specifically .. you can't beat it on the availability of frameworks/libraries etc. and since .NET 4 its even easier to do the simple stuff. You can get started free with Visual Studio Express.
edit: Case in point .. search "oauth delphi", vs "oauth c#" you get 5-6 times more results for C# because there are more tools/libraries available.
GSA is Delphi.
GSA is Delphi, Sick Submitter is C#. I've never tried Delphi but love C#
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