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17 minutes ago, Loc said:

This code is just for calling 1 function(Not game related).

Anything wrong with your helpfile?  (and why did you mention that it isn't game related? ;) )

Test()

Func Test()
EndFunc

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When you want help you need to post a question with a proper goal or purpose...   so try again.

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13 hours ago, TheDcoder said:

Why do you want to "covert" ASM code to AutoIt anyway? Just run it normally after assembling it like everyone else.

Because it´s no "ASM" code, it can´t be "easily" assembled (by i.e. FASM/MASM) and converted to AutoIt.

AFAIK the code is a (part of a) CheatEngine Script...and of cause could be transformed to AutoIt with some lines of code. That requires the knowledge of some details of the program the call is pointing to.....but the OP/TS mentioned 

23 hours ago, Loc said:

not related to the game because it violates the forum rules.

 All said. 

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Guess this thread has run its course and @Loc, next time you better make it ultimately clear what you want because another vague thread like this that very much smells as Game Automation will not be condoned.

Jos 

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