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    Okay, so I've learned a lot about coding over the past month or so. The only thing I don't understand is how to know when to use Greater than, Less than, Equal, etc. when doing an unknown search. It would help a lot with my coding if I knew this.

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    You do an initial search, change the value somehow and do greater if the number is bigger, less if its smaller and equal if it didn't change...

    Like for a moon jump code you need to find the address for the y axis
    You start out with either a known search of 0000000 or an unknown search. Then you jump and pause while in the air. Search greater than. Unpause it and search lessthan when your dude hits the ground. Then move around a bit and search equal to to get rid of some junk values. Repeat until you find the address.

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    Or another example is if you wanted to make an infinite ammo code. You could have a full clip and fire a few shots, do a less than search, fire more shots, do a less than search etc. Then reload and do a greater than search.

    I'm not sure of how to code for the wii, but I've made codes and shit for the PSP and this is how I used that method.

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    Alright thanks... I've never done a code with an unknown search so maybe I could now.

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    Here's a video I made for a gameboy emulator, but the same concept applies for Wii.


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