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    What is best for editing programs?

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    GoldenSonic
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    What is best for editing programs?

    Post by GoldenSonic on Wed Apr 17, 2013 12:24 pm

    I've been wanting to edit the SRB2 Source Code and it says that I should use C++. What is best for doing something like this?

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    Re: What is best for editing programs?

    Post by Jayoshi on Wed Apr 17, 2013 11:22 pm

    First of all, do you know what an IDE is? Because if you don't, the road will be pretty long to modifying the SRB2 source.

    If you're using C++, (which is lol, because SRB2 was made in C) then use Visual C++. It's windows' official C++ programming IDE, and it's also completely free.

    Visual C++ uses something a bit different from regular C++, though, so you'll have to work through that as well.

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    Re: What is best for editing programs?

    Post by DragonSoul on Thu Apr 18, 2013 6:56 am

    I'm sorry to say this GoldenSonic I'm I'll try to say it as less mean as possible
    You did this yesterday in the chat so you got mIRC without knowing any coding then you practically called yourself a bot scripted because you made an empty bot with no scripts now you think you can edit a source code without knowing any coding sorry to sound harsh I took a year long course on programming and I can also create good websites with Dreamweaver the point is learn the stuff then get the programs to do it.

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    Re: What is best for editing programs?

    Post by GoldenSonic on Thu Apr 18, 2013 7:39 am

    Actually it says hello when you log into IRC, and it stops text flood.

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    Re: What is best for editing programs?

    Post by DragonSoul on Thu Apr 18, 2013 7:49 am

    nice copied and pasted script from the mirc website

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    Re: What is best for editing programs?

    Post by Jayoshi on Thu Apr 18, 2013 2:31 pm

    Yeah, I'm afraid it's be a long road for you, GoldenSonic. However, the best way to start is by learning how to do simple things.

    Either way, this is answered, so it should be locked.

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