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    Default Is this code working ?

    i found this code that enables you to have more than 4 players in the BO WII Zombies Online lobby
    I tried it but never worked "Tried it without any other code on"

    Maximum Players Modifier(ZOMBIES) [[email protected]]
    280016FE 00000003
    C0000000 00000003
    3D80934B 3960000X
    398C6398 916C5740
    4E800020 00000000
    E0000000 80008000
    *X = HEX*
    *Requires Auto Activator Mastercode*

    i tried to put 36 "For 6 players" but it never worked :/
    am i doing something wrong or the code is just non functional ?

    thanks

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    Whoa whoa whoa... 36 is not 6 in hex.

    Hex is like a foreign language, in a way. There are two different types of numbers... there are number numbers, then counting numbers.
    I dunno how to explain this, but hex in counting is:
    0x1, 0x2, 0x3, 0x4, 0x5, etc. Etc.,

    However, the literal numbers in hex, are:
    0x31, 0x32, 0x33, 0x34, etc.

    0x30, is used as like alpha/numeric values, for instance, if you put your name as:
    30313233
    Your name would show as 0123
    However, putting your name as:
    00010203
    Won't show an alpha/numeric value, therefore, theoretically, no name.

    If your curious, read below, if not, don't; you might get confused:

    Call Of Duty stores all the alpha/numeric symbols in a LUT type thing (Look Up Table), as well as a few of the common images found in text. So, when you type "313233", it will go to the table, find the value you typed, and display the assigned character. 313233 is the literal hex characters for 123, however, this is showing how you put buttons in your name with name mods. If you go code something, and typed 0x09, it wouldn't display the home button, where as if you typed that into call of duty, it would. Interesting, in my opinion; using these character tables, I was able to make a code that disrupts this table, and causes the text to mess up, for all of the Call of Duties (a single, universal code)

    Sorry, I kind of go on about nothing when I have stuff on my mind. :$

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