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Need help about numbers scanning :(

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pervert, you need to go through a process's memory chunk by chunk, check the protection type, scan it if its readable, save the locations, move to the next block, and repeat. You'll also need to calculate offsets and how they relate to the base address of the main module. Additionally, memory allocated dynamically will quite likely never be in the same place, so be prepared for failure. All of this is probably above your level of experience, and if so - why not keep using CheatEngine?

If not, prepare to dig into learning to code and be frustrated by what limitations you have. Why? Because memory scanning isn't something AutoIT is particularly good at. Use C/C++ and/or Assembly language code to scan for data.

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