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30th December 2013, 02:58 PM |#41  
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Have updated the OP with the following

1st post

-Type Casting
-Modulus operator

2nd Post

-Changed if to conditional statement
-Added Switch Case statement
-Nesting

Lemme know if anything is wrong or needs to be added...

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mov esi, thanksTable; lea eax, [esi+Dark_Wraith]; call eax; ret
30th December 2013, 06:40 PM |#42  
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lol teaching 4 langauges same time i tought this is for android btw im not really good at android!!! i dont get some things but im reading!!! btw i know java python c++ AVR for microcontrollers( i don't call it a sperate language: ) but not good at android
31st December 2013, 06:57 AM |#43  
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lol teaching 4 langauges same time i tought this is for android btw im not really good at android!!! i dont get some things but im reading!!! btw i know java python c++ AVR for microcontrollers( i don't call it a sperate language: ) but not good at android

umm...u might wanna check out the last link on my signature...It has some basics abt android before you read the 3rd post
31st December 2013, 06:33 PM |#44  
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umm...u might wanna check out the last link on my signature...It has some basics abt android before you read the 3rd post

what about adding some functions now?
1st January 2014, 08:40 AM |#45  
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what about adding some functions now?

Adding some functions as in?

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1st January 2014, 09:03 AM |#46  
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Adding some functions as in?

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I mean a tutorial on functions now (c++)
ie user defined functions,

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Adding some functions as in?

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I mean a tutorial on functions now (c++)
ie user defined functions,
1st January 2014, 09:13 AM |#47  
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I mean a tutorial on functions now (c++)
ie user defined functions,

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I mean a tutorial on functions now (c++)
ie user defined functions,

Yeah prolly will add in future......as of now working on adding stuff for Samsung and HTC to my tool atm

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2nd January 2014, 01:15 PM |#48  
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thank you for the awesome tutorial
if i may ask..every developer i ask where to start if i wanna be a ROM dev..they say JAVA
why is that ??
2nd January 2014, 01:47 PM |#49  
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thank you for the awesome tutorial
if i may ask..every developer i ask where to start if i wanna be a ROM dev..they say JAVA
why is that ??

wc...

Probably because building a ROM involves decompiling and recompiling apks...

If you ask me then i would rather say that instead of just jumping into ROM development you have to make yourself comfortable with the basic concept of ROM building first....

There are two ways to make a ROM ..First method is to build from source(ROMS like Cyanogenmod,AOSP based ROMs,AOKP Roms)

That is totally different and involves knowledge and your comfort level with Linux and programming(focus is more on C)

Another method is making a custom ROM from an existing Stock ROM(Say Sony,samsung,htc stock ROMs)

Here you need your computer knowledge and common sense...and Java again for decompiling apps and jar files present in your system of the stock ROM and modifying them as per your wish...
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9th February 2014, 02:21 PM |#50  
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ok will check ! but i just realized basic things doesn't really needed tutorials for me !!!!! and a question how do developers make apps like gmail that has completly diffrent UI then the tool i make my apps in eclipse???
17th February 2014, 11:27 AM |#51  
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God Damn ! This is awesome dude !
Thanks, I'm preparing myself for college and I wanted to learn C++ before they teach me and I think I took the good way
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