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Einstein's Scripter Application

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User einstein = new Scripter("Einstein");


1. Snippets:

Exception in thread "application" java.lang.NullPointerException
    at EinsteinsScripterApplication.snippets(EinsteinsScripterApplication.java:8)



2. Tutorials:






3.Randoms / updates submitted:

Exception in thread "application" java.lang.NullPointerException
    at EinsteinsScripterApplication.randoms_updates_submitted(EinsteinsScripterApplication.java:45)



4. Scripts available to the public:

F2P Progressive Lobsters    [Thread]   [Source]

Noob Account Leveler         [Thread  [Source]

Universal Fisher                    [Thread]   [Source]

Universal Woodcutter         [Thread]   [Source]



5. Short biography / Coding experience:


I'm in my early 20s and I'm teaching myself to become a programmer. I am still very inexperienced, as I started following this goal not a very long time ago. Never had the opportunity to go to collage, so I have to rely on my discipline and motivation to self-teach.

I enjoy writing scripts and goldfarming. I could stay for hours in front of the screen just to watch my bots ruining the game, especially since account replacement is no longer a frustrating / tedious job:



6. Reasons why you feel you deserve scripter:

I am trying my best to help others. Whether someone has a programming question or needs help fixing a bug or getting the client working, I will try to support them to the best of my ability. So far I have assisted hundreds of users, either on the forums or via PM.

English is not my first language, therefore being coherent is sometimes a challenge, but this will never stop me from trying.

Regarding my scripts, they are mediocre at best, and I am aware of my shallow understanding of computers, but I strive to learn and improve my skills.


7.What you plan to provide the community with:

Scripts and tutorials. A lot of them.

So far I spent a few hundred hours coding 10 free scripts, 4 of them (which I included in the application ) have been rewritten a few times each. Everything that I make must be constantly updated and improved, regardless if it's a free or a premium script. User support is also a priority.


8.Do you agree to continue to not only update, but provide more free, open sourced scripts to the community?

Absolutely yes.

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