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Old June 19th, 2012 (3:02 PM). Edited June 19th, 2012 by Robert Conley.
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    Originally Posted by Ark_Silvanos View Post
    convert 34 to decimal, so u should get 52 subtract 13, to get 39, multiply by 4 to get 156, convert to hex to get 9C, add that to 0x2528BC, and get 0x252958, go to that offset, the first four digits from that offset should be 00 00 00 00 (assuming ur using a blank space)

    not sure if the math is right, so u'd have to check it.

    An offset specifies only 1 byte. since ur hex editor displays 16 bytes per row, add the hex number of the row to the hex number of the column, thats the offset of the byte ur on. u'd start from the byte that gets highlighted when u use the goto function.

    Thanks, somehow I completely spaced and forgot that the 34 was already a hex value. Tested and everything works as it should.
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