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Get Process base adress

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God morning guys, i have a question about getting the process base adress in auto-ut... In c i beleive its GetModuleHandleA, what is it in Auto-it and how do i handle it ?

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God morning guys, i have a question about getting the process base adress in auto-ut... In c i beleive its GetModuleHandleA, what is it in Auto-it and how do i handle it ?

God evening to you too. You are in the wrong forum and need to go to http://www.auto-ut.com and raise the question in their forum.

Jos


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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

You would use DllCall() with kernel32.dll. See the help file.

But that function returns a handle to the module, which I don't think is the same thing as the base address.

;)

Edit: Oops, didn't see Jos already posted.

Edited by PsaltyDS

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

Edit: Oops, didn't see Jos already posted.

Your reply is probably more serious although I believe mine is more appropriate. ;)

When people can not be bothered by trying to type words properly (and yes I know we have many people of which their native language isn't English like me), I cannot be bothered to take them too serious.

On top of that this questions a the "smell of games" tweaking to me .......

Jos :)

Edited by Jos

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Im really sorry for my careless misstakes, thanks mat, edited topic and corrected auto-it. kkthx

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