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Google it. I had to spend an hour finding an online tutorial that was 10 pages long to do it. I am not looking that up, or typing it.
All right, I have that.
Now how do you open the .gba file in Visual C++, because opening it as a file does nothing.
Microsoft Visual C++
All right then, tell me what "program-making method" I should use to get the result you have, because you're obviously not speaking about THUMB/ARM.
This is exactly why I didn't tell you in the first place because you wouldn't understand.
You have to open the game up through any program-making method.
You're just making things up now.
And if you're not, please explain to me how I can view the programming of a variable (with a letter higher than F, btw) and a row?
In the coding at variable F54G2 on row 4901
:O How/where does that happen?
Well, as you can see, when you add two ones and two ones together equals four. But on Emerald, it equals 4.1!
I'll try if you can give me some examples. :D
Stop being smart ;o;
I'd like some examples, and you haven't given me any yet, so how is that repetition...?
It means I'm tired of repeating myself.
Uh... does that mean that you don't believe me, or that you just want to avoid giving examples for whatever reason?