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RayManZ

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I must say it's pretty awesome. But the longer the bot is active the more memory and cpu it takes. Kinda sucks. Can't run it 24/7. Any solutions?

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Herby

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the longer the bot is active the more memory and cpu it takes
Hi RayManZ ,
which bot are you talking about ?
Did you program a bot on your own ?
I'm still in learning the depth of several programming languages and how to combine (communication) them effectively.
Greets

RayManZ

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Hi RayManZ ,
which bot are you talking about ?
Did you program a bot on your own ?
I'm still in learning the depth of several programming languages and how to combine (communication) them effectively.
Greets

Yes, made a bot. 131 lines of code. But it keeps eating ram. Maybe javascript is not the best solution for a 24/7 bot.

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Herby

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131 lines of javascript code
Looks great.
How did you solve the click problem ?

If you asked me, I wouldn't run a bot 24/7.
If you loose - no problem.
If you win, you used unallowed help - no money ...

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