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    C0000000 00000005
    3D60YYYY 616BYYYY
    818B0000 918A0000
    3D20ZZZZ 6129ZZZZ
    912A0000 4E800020
    E0000000 80008000

    This will take the pointer address (value address thingy, w/e you want to call it) at the address YYYYYYYY, and will write the value ZZZZZZZZ to that pointer address

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    Nice. I will probly use this.

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    so basiclly it gives the adress of a code using floating point?

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    great job.:thumbs:

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    Quote Originally Posted by CyBeRd3m0N View Post
    so basiclly it gives the adress of a code using floating point?
    No, it's basically the same thing as the 48 codetype but in asm. You put the address where the pointer is at for YYYYYYYY, then put in the value you want to write to that pointer for ZZZZZZZZ.

    Thanks Goob

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    Quote Originally Posted by PoptartHunter View Post
    No, it's basically the same thing as the 48 codetype but in asm. You put the address where the pointer is at for YYYYYYYY, then put in the value you want to write to that pointer for ZZZZZZZZ.

    Thanks Goob
    oh ok..but this is used to make the code then right?

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