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    Question Networking

    Dear Java Programmers,

    Moderators keep closing my threads because i don't have an 'open mind' so i will say exactly what i want. If u want to help me thank you but i don't want any tutorials if it doesn't explain EVERY line of code. I want to understand what every line of code does and not just what a few lines of code together do.

    I want to learn about networking but it seems to be very hard to find a good full tutorial about networking so i need to learn about Packages, Sockets etc but not just about Networking in general. I have to try find a good tutorial for every part of Networking.

    I want to make a program (It is NOT a game, i know: for making games u need to be very good at programming and i'm not yet). I don't know how to explain my program but it uses something u will need to use in a game too. In a game u need to handle moving players, and u don't want to do that with the client because the client can be decompiled so u need to let the server handle it. But how? Lets say u send packages with move up for example, the server will move the player up, but if the client is decompiled and u send 2 packages instead of 1 at once and compile it again u will run 2 times faster. How can i avoid that? Is it possible to make an array of every connected user and validate that u dont receive more than like 60 packages per second from every user? U can see it as like the X and Y of the player when he/she logged out and when the player logs back in ur on the same X and Y as when you left.

    Also if i want to save variables for every user that change like every second should i save them every 3 seconds or something? Or every 10 seconds or every second? Because its not a big problem if the variable is a little bit old but its just important to be close to the newest one but i dont want to drop the performance because u have to store that variables for every user in a database.

    Thanks in advance, (AND PLEASE don't close my thread..)
    Resantic


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    Default Re: Networking

    These are the same questions you've asked before and didn't like the answers you'd received. Come back when you have some code that you need help with.

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