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  1. John

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    I'm looking to learn to script bot with RuneMate, my first bot that uses java. I was wondering if there are any tutorials specifically for runescape that goes into basic scripting methods. If not could anyone be kind enough to post some code with comments through out it explaining what bits do? I tend to learn best by reading peoples code(Well it helped with Pascalscript), chopping and changing bits to see how it works.

    - John
     
  2. Ozzy

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    Once you're familiar with the java basics, which you can read upon here, take a look at some of the open source scripts bots which you can find by filtering the botstore by display: open source.

    Good luck
     
  3. John

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    Thank you for the links.

    I have another question. People have mentioned 'class(es)'
     
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    They're probably referring to the RuneMate API which is what you use in order to write scripts bots that work with the RuneMate client, you can find the classes on the java docs here: https://www.runemate.com/developer/jdocs/
     
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    I'm not exactly sure what you mean but there are loads of posts in the tutorials & resources section that should get you on your way if you have the fundamentals down.

    Here's a script-skeleton and in order for it to be recognized by the client you need the script-manifest in the form of an XML file.
     
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    Can the manifest just be included in the main class to keep it simple for me?

    E: Just read that its got to be an XML.
     
    #7 John, Dec 5, 2014
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