Help File:Money type
Money type (divided by 100)
The following custom type script will handle values that need to be divided by 100 to get to the correct value This type is used by some games like civilization 5 where the money and research technology is stored using this floating point type.
100.35 gold would be stored in memory as 10013
103.89 gold would be stored in memory as 10389
with this script you'd be able to scan for 100 and 103 respectively, and if you wanted to change the value to 700 you'd just change the value to 700 instead of 70000
alloc(TypeName,256) alloc(ByteSize,4) alloc(ConvertRoutine,1024) alloc(ConvertBackRoutine,1024) TypeName: db 'Civ 5 Float',0 ByteSize: dd 4 // The convert routine should hold a routine that converts the data to an nteger (in eax) // function declared as: stdcall int ConvertRoutine(unsigned char *input); // Note: Keep in mind that this routine can be called by multiple threads at the same time. ConvertRoutine: [32-bit] push ebp mov ebp,esp push ecx mov ecx,[ebp+8] [/32-bit] // at this point ecx contains the address where the bytes are stored // save the used registers push edx // fun fact about ce's assembler, because push ebx does not exist in 64-bit it becomes the 64-bit push rdx automatically push ebx // put the bytes into the eax register mov eax,[ecx] // second fun fact, addressing with 32-bit registers doesn't work in 64-bit, it becomes a 64-bit automatically (most of the time) xor edx,edx mov ebx,#100 div ebx // divide eax by 100 and put the result in eax (and leftover in edx) pop ebx pop edx // and now exit the routine [64-bit] ret [/64-bit] [32-bit] pop ecx pop ebp ret 4 [/32-bit] // The convert back routine should hold a routine that converts the given integer back to a row of bytes (e.g when the user wats to write a new value) // function declared as: stdcall void ConvertBackRoutine(int i, unsigned char *output); ConvertBackRoutine: [32-bit] push ebp mov ebp,esp push edx // save the registers push ecx mov edx,[ebp+0c] mov ecx,[ebp+08] [/32-bit] // at this point edx contains the address to write the value to // and ecx contains the value push eax push edx push ecx mov eax,ecx // eax gets the given value xor edx,edx // clear edx mov ecx,#100 mul ecx // multiply eax and put the results into edx:eax (edx is ignored for this routine) pop ecx pop edx mov [edx],eax pop eax [64-bit] // everything is back to what it was, so exit ret [/64-bit] [32-bit] // cleanup first pop ecx pop edx pop ebp ret 8 [/32-bit]