Yes m8 works a treat. Thanks. OK with 2133 and 2112 algos, will try more later.dommac2000 said:I've had a play and updated PocketPC Richard's code (or it that my code ). Not sure if it's fully working but I've uploaded it to the keygen thread.
Let me know if it works or not.
The Keygen was written in C# using Visual Studio 2003 (it was the first programming I've done for a while). Visual Studio 2005 has just been released and you can freely download the 'express' versions atThe Swerv said:Yes m8 works a treat. Thanks. OK with 2133 and 2112 algos, will try more later.
I was asking in the mislaid post, what you programme in. Is it C++ ( or is that old hat now? ) Years ago I dabbled in BASIC on the ZX Spectrum, then later in assembler on the Amstrad 1512!!, but I must admit I never did get into anything Windows based. Could you recommend any books, online tutorial ect? Nothing too heavy to start off with, just the way to print “Hello World” ( my first ever assembler code!! ) and stuff like that.
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It was in the 'closed' room (but this no longer exists after the forum software updates- it may be back soon I think)Nesagi said:Can i ask where you uploaded the keygen to? I can never find what i'm looking for.