Pokémon Data Structures (Firered)
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July 17th, 2012 (01:32 PM).
Glory To Arstotzka
Join Date: Jun 2009
You need to tidy up the list of unencrypted data, it's very hard to read in the format you have it in.
Anyway - For the creation of formes in FR, I actually used the upper half of the mark byte as storage for the forme ID. There are 4 marks, which can be set to on or off, which is, of course, a binary setting, which means they use a bit each.
This leaves 4 bits in the upper half of that byte which are unused. After a minor rewrite of the decrypter and encrypter, I was able to gain these bits for my own use.
4 bits allows for 16 possible combinations, which is actually quite a lot in terms of formes.
The "upper half" of the byte refers to the leftmost bits in binary:
128 64 32 16
8 4 2 1
In more ROM hacking orientated terms, it means that of a mark byte 0x32, the 0x30 stands for the forme the Pokémon is currently in while the 0x2 stands for which marks is has assigned to it.
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