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I typically don't open source things but I do have a little bit available here (both repo's are Java, not much but at least it's something): https://github.com/Swizzbeat

I got interested in Java when I thought about writing my own bot scripts for a RuneScape. From there I stumbled upon many reverse engineering resources, and eventually built my own basic RuneScape bot which identified a few classes and subclassed their canvas for me to paint over. Reading the JVM specification was probably the best thing I've ever done as I learned quite a bit about bytecode and how the JVM works. I've never had a comp sci class in my life, but I did manage to sneak into the AP Computer Science AB exam last year in high school and get a 4 on it.

If you need any other information let me know, I'll try to scrape up some more code I want to make public.
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To use IntelliJ is to be illegal

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#3
You seem skilled enough for the rank, I'll just wait a bit for some community response before I give you it.
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(01-20-2015, 11:29 PM)Konloch Wrote:  You seem skilled enough for the rank, I'll just wait a bit for some community response before I give you it.

Thank you Smile
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https://github.com/Swizzbeat/Jar-Securit...ifier.java
i strongly disagree with 90% of the code here

also its not like you write anything big or useful why isnt it all open source?
https://github.com/Swizzbeat/Jar-Securit...ormer.java why isnt covs name in there?
package naming?
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(01-21-2015, 04:20 AM)Bibl Wrote:  https://github.com/Swizzbeat/Jar-Securit...ifier.java
i strongly disagree with 90% of the code here

also its not like you write anything big or useful why isnt it all open source?
https://github.com/Swizzbeat/Jar-Securit...ormer.java why isnt covs name in there?
package naming?

What don't you like about the code?

Covs name isn't there because I used his tutorial as a base. I didn't know using a concept someone else used meant credits were required. If that was the case I'm sure all of our codes would be littered with pointless copyrights.
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