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Post a script buy not have it stolen...

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How can i post a script so that people can help me but not have it stolen?

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YOU CANT!!!

1. You are given a free language - AutoIt

2. You are given a free editor - SciTE

3. You are posting on a free board - AutoIt Forums

4. You are given free support - by AutoIt Proficient People

5. You can use free programs already made in - Example Scripts

6. I am positive there are...

A. Better free scripts, than the one you need help with

B. Located on this board

C. All open source

D. With support for the asking

E. Some with skins and more

.... and you think you have something we would want to steal ?

( or maybe you have something to hide... Malware possibly??? )

Think Again!

You should be Thanking Everyone!

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i bet you i have something people would want to steal

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i bet you i have something people would want to steal

I have a wallet. Sometimes people want to steal it.

A little reading goes a long way. Post count means nothing.

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true but its not worth over $100 to most people to steal that prob... neh?

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How ridiculous can you be? Take your malware elsewhere.


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Besides, I highly doubt you have much of anything we want if you don't even know how to use "not equal to" in an if statement.


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im just using autoit as an asson for a c++ program that it breaks apart and stuff its complicated....

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Wha? Anyone not willing to post their script for help is hiding something...usually malware/virus type crap. You don't know how to use not equal to in an if statement...that says it all.


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Basically im building a bot and i dont want everyone and there brother to have it while yes you dont have the c++ there is still over 3500 lines in the script for it...

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Basically im building a bot and i dont want everyone and there brother to have it while yes you dont have the c++ there is still over 3500 lines in the script for it...

Do you REALLY think people here have nothing better to do then steal your lousy game bot?

There are better scripts here that do more then play a damn game for you that you can get for FREE here.

If you don't post your code, we can not help you. Period.

You don't want your code duplicated? Copyright it!

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Do you REALLY think people here have nothing better to do then steal your lousy game bot?

There are better scripts here that do more then play a damn game for you that you can get for FREE here.

If you don't post your code, we can not help you. Period.

You don't want your code duplicated? Copyright it!

I agree totaly with Paulie, if you dont want to share your problems with us, how are we supposed to help you? anyway, i am sure there are millions of people in the world who can make a bot at least twice as good as yours :P


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How can i post a script so that people can help me but not have it stolen?

Actually, the answer is that you work to understand your script execution flow enough that you can break your problem down to a small reproducer that likely has little resemblance to your full script. You post that smaller piece of code, explain what you expect to happen, what happens instead and ask for help.

You can also ask about and learn about general troubleshooting approaches and tools that you will be able to reuse on all of your future coding projects.

Dale


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Reproducer: a small (the smallest?) piece of stand-alone code that demonstrates your trouble

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You can either #1

Post it, and ask nicely, and hope no one steals it.

or #2

Read this over and over and think to yourself

Whatever you can do I can do better, I can do anything better than you.


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#17 ·  Posted (edited)

Wow... my first post didn't help!

ok here ya go....

XProTec....

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Edited by Valuater

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Whoo, nice :P, didnt knew that code of yours (though i saw already some really nice code from you)... thanks... won't help him though :D...


This post will be edited again by Polyphem: Tomorrow, 11:55 AM

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Actually, the answer is that you work to understand your script execution flow enough that you can break your problem down to a small reproducer that likely has little resemblance to your full script. You post that smaller piece of code, explain what you expect to happen, what happens instead and ask for help.

You can also ask about and learn about general troubleshooting approaches and tools that you will be able to reuse on all of your future coding projects.

Dale

thank you for not just flaming me thats what i wanted to know

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