1. Originally Posted by Isaakske
So random ... https://www.mpgh.net/forum/404-call-d...lvl-31-pp.html
@Jorndel , you could make a tut on the differences between Floats, Integers, Shorts , etc ? Just an idea
Erm...
Suppose, but don't see the need for it :P

Maybe I do it. Since only suggestion.

2. Originally Posted by Jorndel

Erm...
Suppose, but don't see the need for it :P

Maybe I do it. Since only suggestion.
For nubs to know what the differences are ...

3. Originally Posted by Isaakske
For nubs to know what the differences are ...
Who doesn't know that difference shouldn't be doing hacks.. Also, you can find that on MSDN or any programming website If he's going to do a tutorial I think it should be more hack related, than just basics stuff...

4. Originally Posted by -InSaNe-

Who doesn't know that difference shouldn't be doing hacks.. Also, you can find that on MSDN or any programming website If he's going to do a tutorial I think it should be more hack related, than just basics stuff...
So, I should not be hacking I suppose

I have managed it so far without knowing to much about it...

5. Originally Posted by Jorndel

So, I should not be hacking I suppose

I have managed it so far without knowing to much about it...
Same with me, i only know that float and integer are different ... Not in wich way, not why, not how, not anything. I just know they are

6. Float Can store decimal values... Integer stores only integral.. both are 32 Bits
Short is a integer with 16 bits instead of 32...
Long is a integer with 64bits.
Double is a float with 64bits

I believe that's the difference

7. Originally Posted by Isaakske
Same with me, i only know that float and integer are different ... Not in wich way, not why, not how, not anything. I just know they are
I don't have the need to know such.
Because I don't feel for knowing. I just know how to use em :P (Well, some atleast :P)

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Originally Posted by -InSaNe-

Float Can store decimal values... Integer stores only integral.. both are 32 Bits
Short is a integer with 16 bits instead of 32...
Long is a integer with 64bits.
Double is a float with 64bits

I believe that's the difference
Thanks, but as you said. We could just go on MSDN

Wanted to prevent some leechers.

(PM for Code, else it would just be a huge waste :P)

Scans: (False Positive because of protection)
MPGH Mini Anti-Leech Beta.rar - Jotti's malware scan

Image:

(Yes, I only added Chrome for now, you may add others yourself as well)

How to use and what it does:

Use:
You enter the name of the thread of the release. Like:
https://www.mpgh.net/forum/404-call-d...r-trainer.html
And you enter:
> Jorndel's Dark Bit - Singleplayer Trainer

because you copy it from here:

Then you press the check.
This will ONLY work for MW3 'Main' section.

You will be able to add others yourself when I PM you.

What it does:
I should not say
Because of leechers find a way.

If you know it, do NOT post it :|

@-InSaNe- (Approval Needed)

9. /Approved then

10. Suppose no one liked the idea then.

Then I can put this in my graveyard

11. Originally Posted by Jorndel
Suppose no one liked the idea then.

Then I can put this in my graveyard
I do like it, but when ppl want to leech, they will leech ...

12. Just checked cuz I had some questions about asm. Floats are stored in a TBYTE(80bits). This is probably why @Jorndel had problems with the bArray.
Hope this helps alittle, maybe rewriting by hooking helps.

13. I know this is a noob, stupid question...If I use say your mini tool/UAV hack, and people don't report me or very few do, how else can I be banned or is it really undetectable.