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RE: Do you really need to know programming to hack

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Posted on 19-12-08 19:35
Programming languages are compiled into exe, they are linked to ASM then finally binary format, so that they control the processor.

Pros of programming language:
Standalone programs, they run by themselves
Speed, they tend to run faster

Cons:
It is hard to change something in the program without recompiling or without a debugger/disassembler.



Interpreted languages are run by the interpreter, so you are scripting the exe to do what you would like for it to do. Interpreted languages generally run slightly slower than programming languages.

Pros of interpreted language:

Not compiled, easy to change and edit
Double use, most scripting languages can double for web programming

Cons:
If speed is your concern, interpreted languages have to be linked to binary the spot, making them slower.

Not standalone, you need the interpreter with you to run the script.






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RE: Do you really need to know programming to hack

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Posted on 19-12-08 20:07
Thanks for all your replys, from what i've seen i'm getting straight into C++, i know that it may be quite difficult considering it is the first language (excluding html) that i am really trying to learn, i am finding quite hard but i do feel as though i am progressing, thanks for all your support.


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Posted on 19-12-08 21:12
my first programm was written in assembler for a project

learn assembler

it can only get easier


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Posted on 19-12-08 21:28
mambo wrote:
my first programm was written in assembler for a project

learn assembler

it can only get easier


haha Grin or maching code lol


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Posted on 20-12-08 01:16
Me, earlier:
A programming language is a compiled language, while a scripting language is an interpreted one. A compiled language can make programs that are executable on their own; an interpreted language needs the interpreter installed on the machine. Notable exceptions to this are cases where a program has been created to compile scripting languages; I know there is one for Perl, but that's all I know off-hand. Another key difference is that scripting languages can be fed commands directly through
the interpreter in a one-by-one fashion, instead of having to compile a program to run commands.


bl4ckc4t wrote:
Programming languages are compiled into exe, they are linked to ASM then finally binary format, so that they control the processor.

Pros of programming language:
Standalone programs, they run by themselves
Speed, they tend to run faster

Cons:
It is hard to change something in the program without recompiling or without a debugger/disassembler.



Interpreted languages are run by the interpreter, so you are scripting the exe to do what you would like for it to do. Interpreted languages generally run slightly slower than programming languages.

Pros of interpreted language:

Not compiled, easy to change and edit
Double use, most scripting languages can double for web programming

Cons:
If speed is your concern, interpreted languages have to be linked to binary the spot, making them slower.

Not standalone, you need the interpreter with you to run the script.

... Exactly. Pfft


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