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    Default What codetype do you use for codes in memD0?

    Title says it all. I just made some codes with addresses in memory D0 and I have no idea how to make them usable with Gecko OS..

    Pardon my noobiness to this. Most of my codes I've made have been in mem80.

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    Ahh, I knew it had something to do with the 42 codetype, I just couldn't remember what to do exactly with it haha. Thank you for the quick information Clay!

    Would you use 42 codetype if the address was in mem90 too? So you could use it like this?

    42000000 90000000
    -code here-
    E0000000 80008000

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    Quote Originally Posted by PoptartHunter View Post
    Ahh, I knew it had something to do with the 42 codetype, I just couldn't remember what to do exactly with it haha. Thank you for the quick information Clay!

    Would you use 42 codetype if the address was in mem90 too? So you could use it like this?

    42000000 90000000
    -code here-
    E0000000 80008000
    Yes, or you can set the pointer address

    4A000000 XXXXXXXX
    Code
    E0000000 80008000

    You must add 1 to the code type, 04 to 14; C2 to D2. (If you use Pointer instead of Base; What Clay Posted sets the Base address)

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