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    Writing bots in C#

    I know most people tend to go with C++, but why not C#? It's just as powerful and from what I've read it can do everything C++ can.

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    At this moment I've switched from Delphi to C#. Especially I like wpf, which make my life with creating interfaces more easier
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    Yeah, I like C# a lot. It has the power of C++ with OOP to go with it and a huge library. You make bots in C# these days? I don't know if you remember but a year ago I was talking to you about making an Atlantica bot. I'm going to try making one I think. If nothing else it will be a good learning experience for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drixnak View Post
    You make bots in C# these days?
    Yeah. And I will use C,C# for other projects, 'coz these languages have more advantages than Delphi
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    How does C# compare to C++ for writing bots that hook the program and then read and write to memory?

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    Quote Originally Posted by drixnak View Post
    How does C# compare to C++ for writing bots that hook the program and then read and write to memory?
    This isn't usually a problem, you can import any functions from C++ that you need, I've did this a few times with Read/WriteProcessMemory in C# for a couple of games.

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    Thanks and yes its true they do have more advantage than delphi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skEncrypt View Post
    This isn't usually a problem, you can import any functions from C++ that you need, I've did this a few times with Read/WriteProcessMemory in C# for a couple of games.
    This. The only difference will be the performance really, personally I use C# for most of my projects because it's so close to Java in syntax, which is the first language I learned, so it makes it much simpler for me. If you cared about performance or speed though, then you should stick with C++.

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