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Thread: VB can do stuff Java can`t ??

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    Unhappy VB can do stuff Java can`t ??

    Well... I`m going right to the subject :

    Would it be possible to make a game trainer or a keylogger in Java ?

    I was looking for programming stuff on YouTube. Then I found something like "how to make a trainer in vb...".
    It sounded interesting, so I searched for trainers or keylogger in Java, but I couldn`t find anything.
    And I`m very curious about it. So, VB could do this, and Java couldn`t ?

    Thanks in advance !


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    Default Re: VB can do stuff Java can`t ??

    In a sense, Java has a Robot class that lets you send key-strokes/mouse movements. As for key-logging, you would need to use JNI in order to capture key-presses simultaneous with the game. Trainers so far as I can tell don't come from messing with the memory, but messing with saved game files and such. Java can do this, but you had better make sure you mess with the correct files in the correct way or else you'll ruin your game.

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    Default Re: VB can do stuff Java can`t ??

    Cool !

    Thanks, I`m feeling relieved.