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    Question Question?>.<

    Okay so question sorry if iam posting in wrong area.
    But What is Addys and Bytes? Care to explain. i would like to understand how to make hacks (: :P please and thank u?
    Neah i will eat you for your knowledge & iNewb. (:

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    "Addys" are addresses in memory (RAM) that the game saves some sort of value or instruction to.

    A byte is 8 bits (values ranging from 0-255) that represent a value or set of instructions. Hackers tend to write an array of bytes to an address to change the function of code in memory.





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    Ohh! Thank you ;S i feel very newb now XD but thanks!(:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave84311 View Post
    "Addys" are addresses in memory (RAM) that the game saves some sort of value or instruction to.

    A byte is 8 bits (values ranging from 0-255) that represent a value or set of instructions. Hackers tend to write an array of bytes to an address to change the function of code in memory.
    To add onto this, the addresses OP is referring to are called "virtual" addresses. These are simply addresses that are translated into physical addresses (the actual physical address of a byte in RAM) by the paging system in the CPU

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