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Post by Jakob on Sat Dec 05, 2009 5:48 am

Dear dafo,

I played around a bit with Waffels Source Code ( v55 eMS Trainer ) and I got some problems with understanding this Part :
Code:

byte[] buffer = new byte[] { 0x83, 0xEF, 0x1E };
Now I wanted to ask , if someone could explain me what the things between these {} does and where I can find it.
As example I took v58 eMS Blink Godmode , which main addresse is 007B14D9 (Credits to Ant for making the shorter script public ) . The 2 Part of the script is : db eb 0b .
But how I Convert the 2 Part into the buffer Part ?
I tried to make it like this : 0xDB, 0xEB, 0x0B .
It didn´t worked , so I thought I´ll Request a small Tut.

Greez Jakob.

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Re: Buffer

Post by Dami on Sat Dec 05, 2009 6:53 am

DB on assembly script means "Define Byte"
So the real byte code is just EB 0B

which would be
Code:
byte[] buffer = new byte[] { 0xEB, 0xB };
just remember to delete the addy you defined here later on when you dont need it anymore with
Code:
delete [] byte;
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Re: Buffer

Post by Jakob on Sat Dec 05, 2009 6:55 am

Stupid question , thanks very much !

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