Programming Bots with Java?

This is a discussion on Programming Bots with Java? within the Warcraft 3 Hacks, bots and tools board part of the Warcraft 3 forum category; I was just wondering if this is plausible as I haven't found any such resource and would appreciate anything resembling ...

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    Programming Bots with Java?

    I was just wondering if this is plausible as I haven't found any such resource and would appreciate anything resembling a tutorial. Thanks. (@)(@)


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    Don't think it's possible.
    And if it was possible, java wouldn't be a good idea to do it in.

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    Yeah, I know. Java isn't the fastest but it would be nice to have one Java-based to start on. Otherwise I can deal with c++ moderately well. Btw, I noticed from an earlier post, PuckGoHomeBot, that there seems to be a library of functions that can be used. If so, where can I get this?

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    google?

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    AutoIt is far easier, and there are plenty of tutorials here on D3. I'd that you should start with that. I started with visual basic 6, but ended with AutoIt because it's more powerful and far easier
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reinn View Post
    I started with visual basic 6, but ended with AutoIt because it's more powerful and far easier
    ERRRRRRRRRR? WHAT?
    Visual Basic sucks, but AutoIt isn't even a programming language, and you can't compare a programming language with a scripting language... seriously dude.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveYou] View Post
    ERRRRRRRRRR? WHAT?
    Visual Basic sucks, but AutoIt isn't even a programming language, and you can't compare a programming language with a scripting language... seriously dude.
    It's still far easier than VB 6, and he asks what to start with in coding, and that's why I suggested AutoIt. What's your problem?
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    AutoIt isn't a coding language. You start scripting if you learn AutoIt, but not coding. One should probably now the difference between a coding and a scripting language.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveYou] View Post
    AutoIt isn't a coding language. You start scripting if you learn AutoIt, but not coding. One should probably now the difference between a coding and a scripting language.
    I understand that, but he wants to create "bots". He doesn't want to create a better version of Microsoft Word 2010 or Adobe Photoshop. He wants to create, somewhat simple I guess, bots. AutoIt is perfect for that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wikipedia
    A scripting language, script language or extension language is a programming language that allows control of one or more software applications. "Scripts" are distinct from the core code of the application, as they are usually written in a different language and are often created or at least modified by the end-user.[1] Scripts are often interpreted from source code or bytecode, whereas the applications they control are traditionally compiled to native machine code.
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