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    Exclamation [C#]I have a problem with pointers(VIDEO)


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    I get strange results why?
    If u have a project to read pointers can u give me??
    I`m not pro in C# but i heard is better then vb.net at this part with pointers.
    HERE ARE THE DLL`s i`m using v1,idk how to use v2
    V2 Functions:

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    And for v1:
    IDK all functions download v1 from attachments

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    Hm, I don't see any mistakes in your code, maybe wrong baseaddress or offsets?

    PS: If you want to receive the address in hex, just add this to the ToString method: ToString("X")
    MessageBox.Show(address.ToString("X"));

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    Quote Originally Posted by AikaMaster View Post
    Hm, I don't see any mistakes in your code, maybe wrong baseaddress or offsets?

    PS: If you want to receive the address in hex, just add this to the ToString method: ToString("X")
    MessageBox.Show(address.ToString("X"));
    How i can convert the value showen in the real value like in game ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by P.o.X View Post
    I get strange results why?
    If u have a project to read pointers can u give me??
    I`m not pro in C# but i heard is better then vb.net at this part with pointers.
    Can we see your class for "Memorys"?

    It's hard to see how the functions work properly with just function being used

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    public Form1()
    {
    InitializeComponent();
    }
    Memorys mem = new Memorys("Game");
    private void Form1_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
    {

    }

    private void button1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
    {
    uint base_address = mem.baseaddress("Game.exe");
    base_address = base_address + 0x2E9A8C;
    uint address = (uint)mem.ReadPointer(base_address) + 0x68;
    address = (uint)mem.ReadPointer(address) + 0x1b4;
    address = (uint)mem.ReadPointer(address) + 0x4;
    address = (uint)mem.ReadPointer(address) + 0x9a4;
    MessageBox.Show(address.ToString(""));

    }
    I couldn't get the v1/v2 dll's to work for some reason(dependency errors) but on the last line of your code " MessageBox.Show(address.ToString("")); " just show's a message where the address is located.

    I have taken a look around the net and found the post where the dll was posted and saw these functions:

    To Read:

    Code:
    mem.ReadPointer(address);
    Retrun int but you can use:

    Code:
    mem.ReadPointer(address).ToString();
    To write in a label or wathaver

    And to read a string:

    Code:
    mem.ReadString(address).ToString();
    From what he/she mentioned, you can read the address using the function " .ReadPointer(address) "

    so, in your case; you can remove the line " MessageBox.Show(address.ToString("")); "

    and change it to this:

    public Form1()
    {
    InitializeComponent();
    }
    Memorys mem = new Memorys("Game");
    private void Form1_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
    {

    }

    private void button1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
    {
    uint base_address = mem.baseaddress("Game.exe");
    base_address = base_address + 0x2E9A8C;
    uint address = (uint)mem.ReadPointer(base_address) + 0x68;
    address = (uint)mem.ReadPointer(address) + 0x1b4;
    address = (uint)mem.ReadPointer(address) + 0x4;
    address = (uint)mem.ReadPointer(address) + 0x9a4;
    int hp = mem.ReadPointer(address);
    MessageBox.Show(Convert.ToString(hp));


    }
    Try it and see how it goes.
    Last edited by yizheng; 2013-02-14 at 01:22 AM.

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    Thank you sooooo mutch omg,now how i write xD?

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    Quote Originally Posted by P.o.X View Post
    yizheng
    Thank you sooooo mutch omg,now how i write xD?
    I haven't tested the Dll yet, but I guess it's mem.WritePointer(address), or something. If you're using VisualStudio, type "mem.", and press ctrl + space to see all the functions available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by P.o.X View Post
    yizheng
    Thank you sooooo mutch omg,now how i write xD?
    public Form1()
    {
    InitializeComponent();
    }
    Memorys mem = new Memorys("Game");
    private void Form1_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
    {

    }

    private void button1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
    {
    uint base_address = mem.baseaddress("Game.exe");
    base_address = base_address + 0x2E9A8C;
    uint address = (uint)mem.ReadPointer(base_address) + 0x68;
    address = (uint)mem.ReadPointer(address) + 0x1b4;
    address = (uint)mem.ReadPointer(address) + 0x4;
    address = (uint)mem.ReadPointer(address) + 0x9a4;
    mem.Write(address, 10); // Change 10 to what ever value you like your hp to be.

    }
    Copy and paste that.

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    works to write xD,thx

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