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IceHawk78
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posted 11-26-2001 11:27 PM      Profile for IceHawk78   Author's Homepage   Email IceHawk78   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
In case anyone is interested, for those of you who use No$Gmb for research purposes, I've made a program that can instantly find every change in two sets of hex dumps. If anyone thinks this is even slightly useful, then I'll post it up or email it.
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Jolt135
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I'm not sure what use it would have that a simple search-and-alter process can do, but go ahead and e-mail it to me anyway.
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Good work IceHawk78, what did you use to program it in?
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IceHawk78
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posted 11-27-2001 07:18 PM      Profile for IceHawk78   Author's Homepage   Email IceHawk78   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
I use Borland C++ builder. And it's use is the same as the bulit in code finder that comes in the Gameshark Pro.

I've almost finished getting the less than and greater than functions finished, but if someone knows how to make a help file, then I'll be done.


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