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Scripts available to the public: [sOURCE] (Link to thread)

 

Plank Runner - thread: https://tribot.org/forums/topic/56804-plank-runner/

source: https://bitbucket.org/leafoflove/tribot-scripts/src/a8b744931a8074cfa85bd38a5905958d5b3b3eed/plankRunner/PlankRunner.java

 

LumbyFisher - thread: https://tribot.org/forums/topic/56803-lumby-fisher/

source: https://bitbucket.org/leafoflove/tribot-scripts/src/a8b744931a8074cfa85bd38a5905958d5b3b3eed/lumbyFisher/LumbyFisher.java

 

BoneyardBuryer - thread: https://tribot.org/forums/topic/56805-boneyard-buryer/

source: https://bitbucket.org/leafoflove/tribot-scripts/src/a8b744931a8074cfa85bd38a5905958d5b3b3eed/BoneyardBuryer/BoneyardBuryer.java

 

5) Short biography / Coding Experience: [1-2 short paragraphs]

I started coding a year ago. I really love coding. A friend actually introduced me to it and I just thought it was just so cool to be able to tell a machine to do something and just sit back and relax. As I learned more and more on my own, I realized how fun it was! Since then I've just been hooked on it and really enjoyed dabbling in code on the weekends at night when everyone's asleep. 

 

With regards to Tribot, I came here about 2 months ago. I used to bot but back then I was a botter, not a scripter. Nowadays I mainly script. It's my way to both learn how to learn to code but also refresh with myself with Runescape again. At first I was worried it might take a while to get accustomed to all this but it turns out the Tribot API is straightforward and very easy to pick up and I'm grateful for that. Overall, I'm glad I came to this forums and to helping the community!

 

6) Reasons why you feel you deserve Scripter: [1-3 short paragraphs]

I believe I deserve Scripter because of my desire to help people as well as to improve oneself. I have this willingness to help those that helped me and contribute to the community. It's my way of saying thanks back. Also, I love making people smile and to be able to see that sort of positive feedback really gives me the motivation to keep striving forward and helping everyone.

7) What you plan to provide the community with: [1-3 short Paragraphs]

I plan to provide great scripts and help as much as I can to whoever that needs help. Not only this, I also plan on supporting my scripts and do my upmost best to resolve any issues regarding anything.

8) Do you agree to continue to not only update, but provide more free, open sourced scripts to the community? [YES/NO]

Definitely!

 

 

 

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@erickho123 thanks. I made a poll. With regards to the while loop, can you point to a specific part of my code in particular where a failsafe would be suitable?

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I'm voting no because it's too soon. You wrote 3 scripts (small scripts) and released them all today. That isn't a good sign when you're trying to obtain script writer. Take your time, involve yourself with the community by taking on users feedback when they use it, then try again.

 

As for your code, I didn't read it very much but it seems like you're using while loops way too much. While loops are great in the right context, but your while loops do not have a fail safe and could get stuck in an infinite loop. As well, there is no sleep in any of the while loops which makes the script take up more CPU usage than needed.

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Your (3) submissions went up 15 minutes before you made this application topic. That's just bad practice as @erickho123 already mentioned, I'm denying this application until you've established yourself as a Scripter in the community.

 

Add some text to your script topics, they look barren.

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