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The best way to search process' memory

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Hi. What's the best way to search process' memory for a predefined string? Like i know that my string is "xxx".

Is there any specific function like MemoryFind("xxx") or should i make a run over the whole process' memory with a cycle?

If it helps, the problem is the following. I have to find the beginning of my string in the addon for WoW.

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Is there any specific function like MemoryFind("xxx") or should i make a run over the whole process' memory with a cycle?

And how do you think MemoryFind would work? Just run over the whole process' memory checking if it contains the string.

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It´s not about the game by the way. It´s just about the function. I mentioned the game in order to make things clear.

But also i need this to use in my other projects.

I know that it all ends with running over the whole memory. The question is: do we have some precompiled AutoIt function to search the memory or should i make one myself?

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The UDFs, such as NomadMemory are not "precompiled" at all. They're just functions written in AutoIt much like the functions you can write yourself.

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Does NomadMemory have the function i require?

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