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    Just want to get into coding and making an rsps so if anyones willing to show me the ropes and help me out would be greatly appreciated
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    You cant get into it over night, you will have to do some reasearch on your own first and figure out which style of coding you want to learn anyways.
    There is no easy and fast route either, learning a new skil is and will be very time consuming over time. Glad that you evolved an interest for developing tho, I hope you will learn and hey maybe we will see a rsps made by you in the future.
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    Tip 1. Don't use Notepad.
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    If you want to be a contributor and not just a consumer of other people's work you've got to:

    1. Learn the basics of how programming and programming languages work, in particular knowledge of Java is essential for reverse engineering the client. For the most significant understanding you need to learn how to reverse engineer bytecode and basically learn anything you can about how the JVM works. This isn't entirely necessary if you're using a refactored client with source already available.

    2. Learn the fundamentals of computer science: algorithms, data structures, styles of programming.

    3. Learn what your operating system is doing. TCP / sockets / networking, threading.

    4. Apply all of the above to the RuneScape client.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rng Rng Ownu View Post
    Tip 1. Don't use Notepad.
    I disagree. Notepad can be helpful in certain small instances. There are alternatives such as Notepad++. With that being said, I obviously recommend using an IDE. For starters, there's BlueJ.
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    I have always wanted to learn coding... I learned most of my coding through BYOND... Did a couple Python Tutorials, JavaScript Tutorials and read 3 chapters into Java...
    My problem is, I never finish what I start...
    I don't know how we can collaborate but if you want we can be Study Buddies and work on an RSPS together.
    Let me know if you're interested...
    I have done a bit in RSPS but most of what I know in RSPS was shown to me on here, not learned through books.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Excavation View Post
    I disagree. Notepad can be helpful in certain small instances. There are alternatives such as Notepad++. With that being said, I obviously recommend using an IDE. For starters, there's BlueJ.
    Well here and there is fine, such as opening character files, or the items.txt
    But in a whole it is not good because as a beginner there WILL be typos and Notepad won't do even the most simple of things which is the Red squiggly line. Etc; using a lower case when it should be upper case to call something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rng Rng Ownu View Post
    Well here and there is fine, such as opening character files, or the items.txt
    But in a whole it is not good because as a beginner there WILL be typos and Notepad won't do even the most simple of things which is the Red squiggly line. Etc; using a lower case when it should be upper case to call something.
    Should only use IDEs & GitHub imo, but for small changes/quick edits Sublime text editor is king much better than notepad++
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    Quote Originally Posted by BoomScape View Post
    Should only use IDEs & GitHub imo, but for small changes/quick edits Sublime text editor is king much better than notepad++
    Yeah but once you've made your change, you're gonna have to re-build it which is a pain if you haven't got a build script
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiissmyswagb View Post
    Yeah but once you've made your change, you're gonna have to re-build it which is a pain if you haven't got a build script
    I think the "small changes in Sublime" isn't in reference to source code, rather data files which can be a pain in some IDEs.

    Long story short, Jebrains stuff is killer. I'll use Intellij for java til I die
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