Programing languages

Hey guys its me again, i have been hacking for a 2/3 years now but only physically as for code i only memorize certain commands like ipconfig, (otherwise i use you tube) and some other commands that are basic. Today is a new day and i have chosen to learn a computer language for the purpose of hacking and making programs and my first thought to help with this delema was Google but it didn't help so i am depending on you instructable members. What is the best program for hacking and writing programs?? please respond

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Brennn109 years ago
You can't become a "hacker". You have to learn the basics of a language, and then utilize what you know to do whatever you want to do. I am taking C++ in school, and we do Basic Window Console Apps, and it is the basics, but we are learning the language quite well. cout<<"Hello World!"<
def intro():

exactly. It is like saying "what kind of wood should I use to become a carpenter"

int main() {

second recommendation from me: not to pick up just any 2600 issue, find volume 24 number 2 summer 2007, and go directly to Hacker Perspective. Hacking is not the goal, it is the journey.


procedure end
#include <iostream.h.>

int main()

char a;
cout<<"Am I considered a hacker if I can go to a site using a proxy? (Y/N)";
if (a='Y')
cout<<"You are sadly misunderstood of the concept of hacking";
cout<<"Congrats you are not an ignoramus!"<<endl;

return (0);
Sorry, I meant to attach my last post to my PS above yours *blush*
HOMEPIE64 (author)  Goodhart9 years ago
its k
HOMEPIE64 (author) 9 years ago
ok a little harsh all i needed was some programing languages but if you want play it like that its k ill scroll the web for a few days i already have 3 languages to learn and as for the definitions i do not make furniture
think about it though, you are asking "what is the best icecream flavor if I want to eat ice cream".

For instance: you want to learn about .NET FRAMEWORK then you will have to get some tutorials on that (they support a lot of different languages, so once you start to look into this, you will understand what I mean).

C was trying to replace the COBOL generation (mine ;-) ), but things got complicated: C, C+, C++, Visual C, C#...... The advice being given here, that you miss, is "find the mountain you wish to climb, the language you wish to learn" and start up it. It isn't that hackers don't like to help; they just can't spoon feed, chew, and digest for you. Stay safe and stay legal.
P.S.: if you get yourself a copy of the 2600 (available in any Border's bookstore), you will get a feel for what I am trying to communicate: they all have whatever skill they have, through long study and practice, and no ONE language suffices for everything.
HOMEPIE64 (author)  Goodhart9 years ago
ah i see very well put
guyfrom7up9 years ago
do u mean hacking as in like cracking into other peoples stuff, or hacking as in moddifiying stuff like sticking an aqaurium in a crt monitor?
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