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ok this is probaly going to get complicated so ill keep it some what simple and short and people can start from there.

I'm starting to learn programming and i downloaded Autoit but i have a few questions and some hypethetical ones as well.

1) what does Autoit fall under for type of programming, ie. script, action, c++, etc.......?

2) What can be made with Autoit?

3) What type of programming do i need to learn for making A.I.s and Operating software?

4) hypetheticaly speaking lets say nano bots were in full creation what kind of system do you think they would use. ie. OS, A.I..?

Thank you all for the help in advance...............

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1) ... for some reason, I think the website name should answer your question.

2) ... Take a look at the "Example Scripts" forum

3) ... ???

4) ... Profit! Though, I think it would be a combination of an AI OS.


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True scientific AI programming is so weird and technical and nerdy that you might as well use C / C++ ... which math nerds usually have an orgasm over.

Now, AI programming for game botting? For that hypothetical case, you are expected to hypothetically read the forum rules.

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Ok so far you guys have given me some good info so thanks...................

I will revise some of my questions though......

1) What type of script is Autoit....?

3)...still no reply to this question that helps me yet.......

6) What is C++ and how can i learn it and write it,(what kind of program do i need to write it)?

So just give me as much info as you can and some free sources would be much appreaciated..............

Thank you in advance again........... I look forward to future diccussions................

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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

1) Its an AutoIt script, the question is stupid

3) C++ or learn Assembly if you really want to make yourself a pro

(not sure where 5 went)

6) http://lmgtfy.com/?q=c%2B%2B

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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

1) AutoIt is a Windows scripting language. It's a general purpose programming language, that excels in automation of other programs (WinForms and browsers, Java/WPF depending on how much they let you automate them). If you want more specific details, ask more specific questions. I can see your knowledge of programming and programming languages is very limited (the question itself is weird and meaningless the way you asked it).

2) General purpose Windows programs. You can use dynamic link libraries (just dll files) and COM (binary interface). The interpreter of AutoIt, the part that executes the code on runtime (there is very little compile time stuff going on with the script code), is tied pretty tightly in with Windows core. This means you can't, for example, use AutoIt for embedded programming (microcontrollers like PIC etc), or Linux programming.

3) There is no "type" of programming anywhere. There are only principles, which apply anywhere. And languages, which must be applied carefully to the correct job. For example, for A.I. programming you will choose Prolog or Lisp for example. Operating systems require a combination between assembly language, C, C++ and many others.

4) I have no expertise in this area and I think it will be hard for you to find someone who will answer this for you. But, I can say one thing, if there really will be nanorobot programming, the principles you learn in any language will be of great use to you once you get that far.

Edit: We realize you're new and you want to be able to do everything with minimal effort, but any programmer here will tell you, that's not the way this works. You start out small. Write a few software applications for Windows. Get a feel for the language, the operating system. Try to get up to a level where you can read errors in code easily, and easily write new code with as few as possible errors. Then broaden your horizon, write some software in Java (multi-platform), get to know a few other paradigms (or principles as we spoke above -- this doesn't mean paradigms). You don't have to start with C++ to become a great programmer, and I wouldn't recommend it to anyone except computer science students or similar(truth).

Finally, don't ask for C++ help in an AutoIt forum. Go find a C++ forum if you're serious about learning that (and if you are, you missed what I said in this post entirely).

Edited by Manadar

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1. It's a Windows automation scripting language.

3. Nobody knows what you're talking about.

6. See here

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1) AutoIt is a Windows scripting language. It's a general purpose programming language, that excels in automation of other programs (WinForms and browsers, Java/WPF depending on how much they let you automate them). If you want more specific details, ask more specific questions. I can see your knowledge of programming and programming languages is very limited (the question itself is weird and meaningless the way you asked it).

2) General purpose Windows programs. You can use dynamic link libraries (just dll files) and COM (binary interface). The interpreter of AutoIt, the part that executes the code on runtime (there is very little compile time stuff going on with the script code), is tied pretty tightly in with Windows core. This means you can't, for example, use AutoIt for embedded programming (microcontrollers like PIC etc), or Linux programming.

3) There is no "type" of programming anywhere. There are only principles, which apply anywhere. And languages, which must be applied carefully to the correct job. For example, for A.I. programming you will choose Prolog or Lisp for example. Operating systems require a combination between assembly language, C, C++ and many others.

4) I have no expertise in this area and I think it will be hard for you to find someone who will answer this for you. But, I can say one thing, if there really will be nanorobot programming, the principles you learn in any language will be of great use to you once you get that far.

Edit: We realize you're new and you want to be able to do everything with minimal effort, but any programmer here will tell you, that's not the way this works. You start out small. Write a few software applications for Windows. Get a feel for the language, the operating system. Try to get up to a level where you can read errors in code easily, and easily write new code with as few as possible errors. Then broaden your horizon, write some software in Java (multi-platform), get to know a few other paradigms (or principles as we spoke above -- this doesn't mean paradigms). You don't have to start with C++ to become a great programmer, and I wouldn't recommend it to anyone except computer science students or similar(truth).

Finally, don't ask for C++ help in an AutoIt forum. Go find a C++ forum if you're serious about learning that (and if you are, you missed what I said in this post entirely).

Hey thanks a lot Manadar and your right i dont know very much at all and im just starting out with programming in general so im trying to learn all that i can about the different languages and principals. Also iv been just tinkering with different things to figure things on my own.... I do thank you for your help and pointing me in the right direction that i need to go..............

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