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  1. Well, to start off, the goal for this project is mainly to learn, but depending on what happens or how far I get, I may use this as a base for people to play on. I decided to use a 639 because I love this era, and it's clean. Most of the updates I'll do will be things that I learned, rather than content updates, but it will contain content updates as well. Again, the main objective is to learn, namely how packets work. Base - Clean dementhium 639/Quantum Client Images: Starting out - [img]http://i.imgur.com/8SZ7QQq.png[/img] I'll be asking a lot of questions about this to the Java gods (Arix, Hope, Fuzen, etc.) Have a good day!
  2. What's your preference? I want a video series that yields a strong independent programmer.
  3. I am looking for a client/source to begin learning how to do RSPS. I have almost no knowledge of this but would love to learn. doesnt really matter what type. If anyone can help, reply on here or PM me. thanks
  4. I'm interested in learning to code java. I'm not asking for complete tutorials yourself, but feel free to reply with links to good programs to use, good sources / clients (preferably 317) to use and if you know any well made tutorials feel free to share them as well. I am a complete noob right now so don't hate me for not knowing what I am talking about. Hopefully one day I'll be able to put something together and make a well-made server one day.
  5. Hi, I want to learn how to code but I have no idea where to start or what to read. Has anybody made a good guide on coding RSPS that anybody knows of? I'd appreciate it. Thank you!
  6. Hello i would very much like to have a Mentor that could teach me how to code from start. If this helps, i am currently learning Photoshop. I am Also in the Information Technology Program, which will also help me out a lot. To reach me my skype is gage.long14 and my Email is [email][email protected][/email] Thank you, Army cpt sir lolking
  7. I'm trying to use the starter pack on here to learn how to program a rsps. Should I use jdk x86, or x64? I have a 64 bit computer, so normally I'd just use x64, but most people seem to be using x86...
  8. Hello RL community, I don't know if this is in the wrong category (probably is) or whatever, but I'm interested in learning Java and I want to expand my programming knowledge through Runescape Private Servers, so I was wondering if anyone had any knowledge of what I should do? I know a fair amount of Python and so I was wondering if anyone knew of any (free) e-books that taught the basics of java or anything like that, also if anyone would recommend good RSPS sources (with clients) that have simple projects like touch-ups that will help me in learning the language. All tips are welcome!! (The end goal here is to preferably change a Runescape Private Server that already has a pretty good base into something unique that people will enjoy while I learn Java and how RSPS's work.) Thanks to anyone who helps! :) EDIT: and yes, at the prefix suggests, I would like to start on a 317!
  9. These are a bunch of eBooks that I've accumulated with tutorials to programming Java, C++, C#, and maybe Python? Not 100% but I know they are MOSTLY Java and C++. Great eBooks (tutorials, whatever you want to call it) for beginners, experts, or those looking for a refresher. Enjoy. Size: 185.2MB [url]https://mega.co.nz/#!wsMS2TSA!XBfuVzIPDsYcuyD5DghzPHquQPphuwGgBomaUWojzG8[/url] Let me get some feedback please? I'll be happy to make another pack with more eBooks, more languages, and more in-depth books. (10 thanks for another?) Support me? Click this link to show your thanks! [url]http://adfoc.us/16514531292832[/url]
  10. Hello dear Community, So basically what i'm asking is which source is best to start learning rsps coding and how should i start with it?. Revision should be 317 since i like this most. All suggestions are welcome :). Thanks.
  11. Then I suggest you try [URL]http://www.CodeHS.com[/URL]. I've been heavily involved in the program for the past two week and it has already taught me LOADS of stuff. Things from [code] //This teaches "Karel" to jump over hurdles and end up at the end of the world even if they are already generated. function start(){ for(var i = 0; i < 13; i++){ if(frontIsClear()){ move(); }else{ jumpHurdle(); } } } function jumpHurdle(){ turnLeft(); move(); turnRight(); move(); turnRight(); move(); turnLeft(); } function moveUp(){ move(); move(); } function stop(){ turnAround(); turnAround(); } [/code] To stuff like [code][COLOR=#333333][FONT=Helvetica Neue]Create a set that contains the vowels [/FONT][/COLOR]{"a", "e", "i", "o", "u"}[COLOR=#333333][FONT=Helvetica Neue]Then, let the user input letters using readLine and print whether each letter they enter is a vowel or not. If a letter is in the set, then the letter is a vowel.[/FONT][/COLOR] [COLOR=#333333][FONT=Helvetica Neue]Let the user continue to input numbers until they type the SENTINEL, which is a blank line.[/FONT][/COLOR] [COLOR=#333333][FONT=Helvetica Neue]Here is a sample run:[/FONT][/COLOR] Letter: a Vowel Letter: g Not a vowel Letter: z Not a vowel [COLOR=#333333] Letter: [/COLOR][/code] and even [code][COLOR=#333333][FONT=Helvetica Neue][B]Overview[/B] Write a program that reads an integer from the user and then prints the Hailstone sequence starting from that number. "What is the hailstone sequence?" you might ask. Well, there are two rules. [LIST=1] [*]If n is even, then divide it by 2. [*]If n is odd, then multiply it by 3 and add 1. [/LIST] Continue this sequence until you hit one.[B]Concepts[/B] For this program, you need to know loops, functions, parameters, and the modulus operator. [B]Difficulty: (5/10)[/B] If the user starts at 7, you should print: [B]Output[/B] Enter number: 17175226134020105168421It took 12 steps to complete. [/FONT][/COLOR] [/code] The program starts with very, very simple functions and problems to solve. Such as "Write a program to move Karel to the tennis ball and pick it up.". All the way to actual game development. [URL]http://codehs.com/demos/helicopter[/URL] By the time you get to a difficult exercise, they have already explained thoroughly and have showed you examples on how to solve a similar problem, and then letting you try writing the program. This is the perfect stepping stone for anybody looking to further there knowledge and/or tone there skill. I HIGHLY recommend it. [COLOR=#333333][FONT=Helvetica Neue] [/FONT][/COLOR]
  12. I have just finished using the starter kit and I am looking for a server for the next one up (dont know what number that is) so I can continue to learn. I would like one that has most skills working and GE but just a request. Any one point me in the right direction? PLZ REMOVE THIS POST IT IS JUNK .
  13. just wondering. links would be appreciated.
  14. I've seen plenty of communities that have failed to reinforce what the correct approach to learning a language is. Because of this, they have been forced to deal with a member base that requires constant and continuous spoonfeeding. When i say spoonfeeding, i refer to members expecting information to be thrown at them with very little work on their side of the fence. There's many negatives to spoonfeeding: 1. You miss out on vital problem-solving skills. You soon become very dependent on the community for help and you very rarely learn how to solve problems for yourself. 2. Your ability to find adequate resources lessens because they're handed to you on a silver platter. 3. Contribution decreases because the blind soon lead the blind, with no real 'outside the box' projects being conducted. The original knowledge is just circles and decreases in quality each round that it makes. [U]So instead of following the template of other communities that preach such bad habits, i offer you another method. [/U] [B]Read[/B] Read like there's no tomorrow. I would be very surprised if you were to read one of the many 600-page books on a language and not have learned anything new by completion. Read your heart away. Start easy even, with the 'for dummies' collection. Go to your local library and find every book on the subject that you can. Nobody ever said it was easy. It requires hard work and dedication. Most of all, interest. This later breeds passion, that feeling you gain from accomplishment. [url]http://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/reallybigindex.html[/url] [B]Write[/B] Write, write, write. Write until your hands bleed and you're unable to pleasure yourself for a month. Write something simple, run it and see how it preforms. Everything you read is useless until you put it into practice. You will begin remembering what you've read the day before and you will know many methods of attaining the same result. You will develop a style, learn design and increase your ability to problem solve. The key to problem solving after all, is knowing multiple ways of achieving the same result. [B]Write.. again[/B] You can attain your desired result, great. This doesn't mean you should put it in the back of the brain and move on to another chapter. No. Re-write the same thing, in a slightly different way. Observe the results. Analyze the benefits or it's shortcomings. You will eventually learn a bit of efficiency which is vital. This can become a little dull after a while, re-writing the same thing 3-4 times. Once again, i never promised it would be an easy path to walk along. [B]Keep Notes[/B] I'm an addict with notes. I keep them for almost anything and those notes have saved me a lot of time. Note everything. Did you slip up with the last piece you wrote? Note why and how you fixed it. Found a great resource? Note it. Did you wish something was a little easier or was there a part where you struggled? Note it and then work on it. Note keeping is also vital for client examination, in my belief. [B]Help Yourself[/B] Instead of asking how you would approach a problem, first [i]try[/i] figuring it out for yourself. You will fail loads or reach a halfway point where you realize that it's just not going to work. That's fine, at least now you're aware of it. You should never ask for the aid of other members unless you've tried fixing it yourself and show your work so far. It gains a lot of respect posting your source code. It shows you tried. There's no respect for the lazy. [b]JavaDocs and Resources[/b] They are your friend. They usually provide great examples and in-depth descriptions. They are your friend. Love them. Use them. [url]http://docs.oracle.com/javase/7/docs/[/url] Also remember that a lot of the problem you face, will have already been resolved by other people on their own little projects. Especially in the RS cheating scene. Google with correct searches. Use the forum's search feature. The internet has a wealth of information. Eventually you will become faster as separating the bullshit from the useful. [b]Gain a Mentor[/b] Know someone who rather knowledgeable? They are a great resource. Have them on an IM client and help each other and discuss ideas. The experience of others is a huge asset to have. Mentors can be found by seeing who contributes the most or even in certain IRC channels. [B]Share and Credit[/B] Share whatever you have managed to do, even if it is minor. Usually you will get a lot of harsh criticism, though there are some diamonds in the dirt. Eventually as you progress, you will see other members start to respect you a lot more and together you will start contributing information to the community. This is how a community progresses. The amount of times i have seen communities produce something great, from just a few starting words in a thread. I'm aware that this was largely Java based but it seems appropriate for it to be, considering what usually gets worked on in this particular community. Wish you all the best.
  15. newboy

    Java Learning

    Whats a good high school class to take that will teach you Java? Someone recommended me to take Cisco. Any clues?
  16. So I'm going to start learning Java next year but a friend of mine told me I need to learn C+ or C++ then get into Java but he's not sure. Is this true or can I get right into Java I mean like from the beginning? *Sorry if posted in wrong section*
  17. Well i have been a "leecher" for about a year now and i want to learn java like that i can do whatever is in my head what i want to do with the rsps i only have basic knowledge of adding objects and npc's and im kind of embarresed or whatever you write it so any tips on how i can learn java good to actualy do real stuff on my own ?? Please send me name of an e-book or whatever you used to learn java ?? P.S. When i leech i actualy give credits unlike other leechers :D Thanks Already !
  18. These links are to books, or articles that contain useful information that you may download and learn from. The chm files are for [I]Windows[/I] operating system users only. If someone finds an alternative file type (preferably pdf) please post a link and I will add it. You may submit resources that you find. Let's build a repository for users that wish to learn, and have the initiative to research it on their own. [Spoiler=Programming] [URL="http://www.mediafire.com/?37mypzv98186c5s"]Absolute Beginners Guide to Programming, 3rd Edition[/URL] [/Spoiler] [Spoiler=Java] [URL="http://www.mediafire.com/?b3bw5dejfxyftda"]NIO Paper (PDF)[/URL] [URL="http://www.mediafire.com/?ytc291wly4z26dj"]Java Networking Programming, 3rd Edition[/URL] [URL="http://www.mediafire.com/?b1p37a353yqy3it"]The Java Tutorial, 4th Edition A Short Course of the Basics[/URL] [URL="http://www.mediafire.com/?5ot11m1ht4scfqa"]Developing Games in Java[/URL] [/Spoiler] [Spoiler=C] [URL="http://www.mediafire.com/?pe32mhgyuctyg4k"]The C Book (PDF)[/URL] [/Spoiler] [Spoiler=C++] [URL="http://www.mediafire.com/?clr9t9wi7oa5eqw"]C++ Essentials (PDF)[/URL] [URL="http://www.mediafire.com/?ihpxpv7h9874gs4"]C++ Programming HOW TO (PDF)[/URL] [/Spoiler] [Spoiler=C#] [URL="http://www.mediafire.com/?u7cgi1bo1kueew8"]C# School - Programmers Heaven (PDF)[/URL] [/Spoiler] [Spoiler=PHP] [URL="http://www.mediafire.com/?a6o02ncrbwxns9g"]PHP and Web Development, 4th Edition[/URL] [/Spoiler] [Spoiler=HTML/XHTML] [/Spoiler] [Spoiler=Python] [URL="http://www.mediafire.com/?p34gpo8li25wpwp"]Learn to Program Using Python (PDF)[/URL] [/Spoiler] [Spoiler=Ruby] [URL="http://www.mediafire.com/?jg290efx293xhv8"]Programming in Ruby, 2nd Edition (PDF)[/URL] [URL="http://www.mediafire.com/?ffhyte3twndh5lt"]Book of Ruby (PDF) [/URL] [/Spoiler] [Spoiler=Lua] [URL="http://www.mediafire.com/?n1uykuipnje2bci"]Programming in Lua (PDF)[/URL] [URL="http://www.mediafire.com/?ycxkju7zfxhxk2q"]Lua Programming (PDF)[/URL] [/Spoiler] Happy Learning!
  19. Well this is my code: [CODE]<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "C:\Users\Adam\Documents\lol.htm"> <html> <title>Adam's Graphics Design</title> <head> <style type="text/css"> body { background-image: url("bg.png"); } h1 { color: #990000; background-color: #FC9804; } .two { border:2px solid #000000; padding:10px 40px; background:#ffffff; height: 1000px; width:600px; border-radius:30px; margin: auto; } </style> </head> <body> <div class="two"> <center> <img src="http://i41.tinypic.com/15cf4nq.png" border="0" alt="" /> <hr /> </center> </p> </font> </body> </html>[/CODE] I made a background in GIMP, but I want to add it to the site. The file is called "bg.png" but it doesn't work. Another file of mine does work though. I don't know why this is, so it would be great if someone could help me. ~Thanks.
  20. firesparq

    Learning to Code

    Hey guys, i was wondering if anyone would take the time to teach me to code. I would love to learn. Cheers ps you can contact me via RuneLocus or [email][email protected][/email]
  21. Alrighty then. Since I haven't really posted an introduction (first post here on runelocus)... I'll just post a short one here. Hi there. I'm Matt. I've known Sam for a long time (samuraiblood2), since nobody really knows who I am, it doesn't really matter. I've been on runelocus several times before, never banned once. So, I'm not ban-evading, I just like this name much more. Sam, you won't know who I am unless I tell you, but it's all good. Now then, [I]let's get rollin'[/I]. I've been around the RSPS world for.. around 3 years now. I was one of the original members of runelocus. I never took the time to actually learn an entire language, and I need to learn the basic's of [B]learning[/B] a language. What I need to look at, develop myself on. I've heard that learning the syntax of any particular language is extremely important, and I want to know more about that. I know runelocus has an extremely advanced memberbase with programming knowledge. I just need more help starting myself down that path. What should I learn? Where should I go to learn these things? Any advice? I'd prefer learning C++ first, since I've heard it's the most advanced language yet. Anyways, thanks everyone.
  22. thiefxxx3


    hi i'm still a newbie to coding i barely know anything i was making a server because it just sounds cool i did that but now i don't know how to add stuff like npcs and other stuff thats col so i'm asking if someone can teach me like in a chatroom or something because i'm bad at looking and learning because i don't know what i'm looking at...
  23. ok guys follow this link and tell me what u think of his guides... its a series tutorials on java..like 87 videos. I thought it was the coolest damn thing just wonderin what u guy think... It should begin autoplaying the playlist... theres like 87 videos each a few minutes long and u can skip over things u know