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  1. Kimonas
    54 Minutes Ago 10:34 AM
    Kimonas
    Hey, thanks man! I'm going to check the post more thoroughly tomorrow.

    I have some questions thooo. Malloc (8002B9C) returns an address from the IWRAM that has enough free space for the space parameter(in r0) when called? Memcpy (0x81E5E78) copies bytes from wherever (rom, i/ewram) to wherever (rom/ i/ewram)? Also, there something I don't get, i saw it in that post and remembered it. What exactly does this do: str r0, [sp, #0x20] ?
  2. Pheonix x
    1 Hour Ago 10:28 AM
    Pheonix x
    hey FBI i read through that tut of deigoisawesome and i understood it lol i now can do some scripting in xse.
  3. Deokishisu
    17 Hours Ago 6:08 PM
    Deokishisu
    Just wanted to say thanks for that long rant post in the Daily Chit Chat thread. As someone with little free time who is struggling to learn how to debug/mess with the disassembly and, from there, ASM, it was a nice way to call out leechers and low quality hackers while at the same time motivating the rest of us silent learners to redouble our efforts. There are people out there who want to learn and will do what is needed to do so. I hope you won't let the majority spoil it for us and get you so discouraged that you'll give up.

    And is the Spanish community really that far ahead of us? I can read Spanish pretty well, maybe I should do some snooping and bring back translated findings.
  4. Pheonix x
    20 Hours Ago 2:53 PM
    Pheonix x
    it is askng nickname when i enter one its says connection failed
  5. Pheonix x
    20 Hours Ago 2:29 PM
    Pheonix x
    it is not connecting showing disconnected
  6. Pheonix x
    21 Hours Ago 2:22 PM
    Pheonix x
    as a note :- the instruction mentioned by me are from my microprocessor 8085 mnemonics or codes they do not belog to any tutorial in asm i just wanted to see if there is any relation between microprocessor asm and gba asm
  7. Pheonix x
    21 Hours Ago 2:16 PM
    Pheonix x
    sry i m new and quite excited and i have a lot of things to learn with lots of question
    in asm how do u code ?
    like for eg in microprocessor i had quetion like call the keyboard subroutine and calculate values (values given by user)
    how will it be in asm
    i have seen code but i dont understand what it does all i get to know is something is pushed in stack and poped from stack
    can u explain a small asm code in like some question answer sort like the example i gave above thats the main thing i did not understand
  8. Pheonix x
    21 Hours Ago 2:03 PM
    Pheonix x
    if u can link me then it will be a good idea there are too many tutorials u might know the best i have read touched mega huge asm one (theory ) sry no knowledge on c and a quite a good basic level knowledge in c++.
  9. Pheonix x
    21 Hours Ago 1:45 PM
    Pheonix x
    if in any way i can help u with battle engine i will be honured to help and i will get a chance to learn asm.
  10. Pheonix x
    21 Hours Ago 1:42 PM
    Pheonix x
    silly question but check if these commands exists
    pop(stack)
    push(stack)
    ldr
    lda
    mov(many variantion with registers)
    inx\inr
    dcx\dcr
    add
    sub
    jnz
    jmp
    jm
    cmc
    stc
    these are the few of the common instruction i know would u tell are there any of the above instruction used in normal asm and would u link me too your tutorial new to the community.
  11. Pheonix x
    22 Hours Ago 1:23 PM
    Pheonix x
    i dont know asm i m completely a noob in it and i wanna learn it
    (i m a college student so i had worked on microprocessor 8085 and asm feels quite similar
    to that i m good at coding in 8085 but i dont know asm for this games just sharing this info
    i dont know if it has any relation with this.)
  12. Pheonix x
    22 Hours Ago 1:20 PM
    Pheonix x
    like for example ldlr or lsl i dont know but this things are called mnemonic and something
    like 0A,12,3B is known as hex code correct me if i m wrong
  13. Pheonix x
    1 Day Ago 9:44 AM
    Pheonix x
    Hello!!
    i m trying to learn asm i read touched and yours documentation is there a place where i can get to know more about mnemonics and how to use them.
  14. Perlin
    6 Days Ago 6:23 PM
    Perlin
    Hey FBI.
    I have been reading through your ASM tutorials lately. I am trying to perform a glitch in pokemon Emerald that lets me run arbitrary code. I have a couple of questions and figured you would be the perfect person to ask.

    Do you mind helping out?
  15. avaramoon
    1 Week Ago 2:42 AM
    avaramoon
    No worries, thanks a million!

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    Joined the ROM Hacking community almost 7 years ago. I stared off with regular hacking, maps, scripts and the rest of it. In the recent years my eyes had opened to the possibilities of ASM hacking. Unfortunately, the barrier to access ASM hacking is quite high. The concepts of low level programming aren't easy to grasp for the average hacking age group. I hope to one day help resolve this larger issue :)
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