I agree that you shouldn't go die. I think people should only offer their opinion on this site, I try their best not to be offensive. So, don't go die.
My opinion about your help request is that it is only interesting to me if it involves challanging programming issues. It doesn't seem, from your post, that you will be interesting in developing software to solve your problem. And that's good, because it would, probably, be illegal.
If your post does not involve challanging programming issues then I rather spend my time doing something else instead of trying to help you.
Anyway, you may get more help if you goole it instead of posting it here.
i've gotten a programming book and begun building a program myself, its fun and challenging and perfecly legal, its my account, can't i screw around with some code just to see their effects? but anyways, its fun gunning down ur enemies online with unlimited life while their screwed, gets bored after a while, but thats the point, i start hacking games when im addicted to them and need to cure myself from virtual reality our i'll become a fat lazy zombiee!
We can use CFileFind class for serch file.
BOOL bWorking = finder.FindFile("C:\\*.*");
bWorking = finder.FindNextFile();
cout << (LPCTSTR) finder.GetFileName() << endl;
not sure if this is the right section, but how can i hack my own account in a game called battlefield- i give myself alot of points but they dont get added, rather, their added and then the game crashes
The software you have installed in your computer is only physically yours. Intelectually, it probably is not (depending on who developed the game).
This means that it is probably illegal for you to hack into files, which may result in the exposure of intelectual property rights of the game developer. The money, time, and effort that they spent on the game are probably theirs to keep, and they have the right to demand that you do not learn anything from it (either for yourself or others) nor change it in anyway.
So, they will probably not authorize someone like you or I to hack into the databases, change the code, and eventually sell a solution for hacking the game. Even if that is not your intention they have the right to demand that you don't even get close. And other similar things, like hacking into the executables and changing the names in the credits section is probably not authorized as well.
You show disrespect by not recognizing that you do not have permission to even look inside those files unless the game developper explicitly states otherwise. You do not have this right even if it is so easy for you to open the files. You show disrespect by not recognizing that there may be great effort, time, and money invested in it that gives them the right to say what things you should not be allowed to do. If you go ahead and do it without permission then you will be probably commiting a crime.
People often get confused of their rights because it is very easy to access protected material. It is easy to download MP3 or DVD from the WEB, but that doesn't make it legal or respectable. The same applies to software: it is rather easy to reverse engineer high-cost pieces of software and re-brand them or re-sell them, or even just come to know how they were made, but thet doesn't make it respectable or legal.
i see, but u play the game, u'll see how much "time and effort" the developers put into it but anyways, its perfectly fine to me, im having fun learning how code works, besides, wat do i gain by making myself invincible on a video game, it just makes the game boring and makes me either buy more of their games,our actually find the time th get some phis-phis-physical activity
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