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Exclude something from being Encrypted

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Hello, im currently working on something.

addGen = "14C"
addGen1 = "67C"
addGen2 = "B34"
addGen3 = "BCA"


--[[
how do i compile EVERYTHING BUT offsets = {
    ???
}
]]
offsets = {
    addGen,
    addGen1,
    addGen2,
    addGen3,
}

function main()
xe = math.random(0,3)
if xe == 0
    then
        gg.alert(offsets[1])
    end
if xe == 1
    then
        gg.alert(offsets[2])
    end
if xe == 2
    then
        gg.alert(offsets[3])
    end
if xe == 4
    then
        gg.alert(offsets[4])
    end
    return main()
end

main()

I want that when i compile it(with a compiler that needs to be written but idk how i do this)

The compiler will Exclude the offsets = {

}

Var, thanks for helping

If you need more information about my thoughts you know just reply

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Try using decimal instead of hexadecimal without the " syntax?

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16 minutes ago, ItsSC said:

Try using decimal instead of hexadecimal without the " syntax?

Whut, so its no string anymore, i should use tostring(offsets[1]) huh

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5 minutes ago, YeetMeister said:

Whut, so its no string anymore, i should use tostring(offsets[1]) huh

Doesnt work

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What compiler you using? Maybe change other compiler.

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1 minute ago, ItsSC said:

What compiler you using? Maybe change other compiler.

Thats the thing, im using my old compiler. Just for the sake of Learning you know

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Just now, YeetMeister said:

Thats the thing, im using my old compiler. Just for the sake of Learning you know.

The script should ask for the file to Modify

You can enter the Hex code so the script knows what to replace

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