welcome back, fellow hackers! finally, i am releasing part 10 in my series on C++. this will surprisingly be a short article. in this part of my series, we will be looking how to execute system commands!
Hello again, fellow hackers! we are getting a little bit more advanced (i mean, in my next post we will code a basic virus!) so we need a more advanced program to code our programs (using a program to code a program? cough programception cough). such a program is called an Integrated Development Environment (IDE). in this tutorial we will cover what an IDE is and install my favorite IDE, called CodeBlocks.
hello again, fellow hackers! sorry for the delay, but i will be rolling out tutorials again! in this tutorial, we will talk about how to get user input and store it in a variable. then we will print out that variable.
Welcome back, fellow hackers! in this part, we will be looking at what variables are, what types of variables exist, and how to create and use them.
Welcome back, fellow hackers! in this tutorial, we will switch from C to C++, learn how to use C code in our C++ programs, and a quick introduction to comment lines and why they are so useful.
Welcome back, fellow hackers! in this part of the series, we will talk a bit more about our favorite compiler: the GNU GCC compiler, and mostly it's extensive amount of functions. these functions allow us to optimise our software, making it run faster.
welcome back, fellow hackers! as i already mentioned in the previous part of this series, i will make a special article where i will only talk about the differences between programming and scripting. and here it is! so with that out of the way, let's get started!
Welcome back, fellow hackers! as promised, in Part 3, we will be examining the code we just compiled in part 2. this will be a short how-to, but hopefully it will give you an understanding of how C/C++ programs run.
Welcome back everyone! in this tutorial, i will talk a little bit about the history of the C programming language aswell as some famous programs that are programmed in this language (it is not really necessary to be able to code in C, but it's still nice to know!). after that, we will go ahead and write our very first program! i will also go in detail on every line and explain exactly what it does.
Hello my fellow hackers! Since i am new here, i'd first like to introduce myself: i am Phoenix750, a young passionated hacker who likes to share everything he knows with other people of my kind. I have been reading null byte for quite some time now, but only could register today. I truely love how this community respects newcomers, But even after reading a lot of tutorials on here, i never came accross a good programming tutorial (except the scripting tutorials, but scripting isn't programmin...