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Hello sir can you please explain how to get the search range?

Example 

Collect  1/20

Reward  25

1;20;25: range?!!!!

 

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On ٢٠‏/١‏/٢٠١٧ at 10:21 PM, Enyby said:

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Hello sir can you please explain how to get the search range?

Example 

Collect  1/20

Reward  25

1;20;25: range?!!!!

 

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Group size depends from game and info what you search. If you do not know exactly - you can leave it empty. It is assumed as 512.

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Yes I know. No problem. Hope you please make small tutorial for range search 😁

hill climb 2 last update very hard not hackable. Modify the value cause. Internal data maybe corrupted. FC 

Like it dev patched it specifically for your beloved GG app. Lol

Thanks in advance 

@Enyby

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Hii sir,

Please make a video how to calculate the range in group search with explanation... Please sir

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It is max size of bytes need for include first byte of each value.

For example if you have 4 dword it will be 13 because each dword is 4 byte and last 3 byte of last dword does not matter:

1111 2222 3333 4[444]

It can be calculated as 4 (items)*4 (size) - 3 (3 bytes and end) or 3 (items)*4 (size) + 1 (byte for last item) = 13

If you run simple search with only one type you can use more simple way - count of vars multiply on type size. In this example 4 values * 4 bytes each = 16.

It is produce same result because dword 4-byte aligned in memory.

But if you search byte with dword then minimal possible size is 2. not 5. 5 can find something like:

B??? DDDD

Of course all depends from what you want find.

You need imagine bigger pattern of you need and calculate maximal count of bytes for include all first bytes on it.

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