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1 [HELP] A8 and 80 Codetypes on 1/3/2015, 6:10 pm


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Would anyone be willing to teach me the A8 and 80 codetypes? Preferably through teamviewer. I'm not very good at following tutorials on coding so would someone be willing to teach me? If so, contact me on here please. Thanks!

2 Re: [HELP] A8 and 80 Codetypes on 1/3/2015, 9:25 pm


Do you even know what you want to do? You choose codetypes by knowing what you want and not for being cool or knowledgable by the way (this is what n00bs say) Smile


3 Re: [HELP] A8 and 80 Codetypes on 1/3/2015, 9:29 pm


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I know that the A8 is used in cyclers so I'd like to learn how to do that to make some stuff. But I have no idea about the 80 code type. I don't know what it's used for or anything but I'd like to learn as much stuff as I can do if I find something useful, I know how to do it correctly

4 Re: [HELP] A8 and 80 Codetypes on 1/3/2015, 10:22 pm


A8 is for delaying the code execution. The higher you set the value the longer it delays. This is useful if you want something to cycle slower or so.

80 is for loading something into a gecko register similar to assembly registers. You can then modify the value with certain operations and also write it to some address.



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