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1 regarding bullys codes. on 6/22/2012, 6:20 pm


I am not really a coder or claim to be one, but I just was wondering at the end of bullys black ops codes he always ends them with E0000000 80008000. I was just curious what that does or stands for?

2 Re: regarding bullys codes. on 6/22/2012, 6:25 pm


it just helps the code function. many codes could function without that last line, but it would be better to add that line to help the code run more smoothly. mainly it is used as a terminator line.

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3 Re: regarding bullys codes. on 6/22/2012, 6:29 pm


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E0000000 80008000 is a full terminator,meaning, the code ends there

Clears the code execution status.
If XXXX<>0,
= 0xXXXX0000
If YYYY<>0,
= 0xYYYY0000


4 Re: regarding bullys codes. on 6/22/2012, 6:39 pm


thanks, I always just wondered why that line was there... you guys cleared it up for me, thanks again! Very Happy

5 Re: regarding bullys codes. on 6/23/2012, 1:45 am


hockey7 wrote:thanks, I always just wondered why that line was there... you guys cleared it up for me, thanks again! Very Happy
The terminator is used to end the if condition. It prevents from messing up the codes followed by it... it´s better to leave it there. Wink

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