You also need to add extra code to adjust esi for the latter half of the table.
Posted on 2003-09-08 18:14:32 by Poimander

	push 0

mov edi,esp
mov edx,110y
invoke rCode2Str,10y
mov eax,esp
invoke MessageBox, NULL, eax, eax, MB_OK or MB_ICONWARNING
It worked just fine! :stupid:
I was reading the code wrong. :o

Im just know about this thread. I need this function. Can I take it? What is 'Y'? mov edx,110y .
Posted on 2003-10-08 08:15:06 by realvampire
y is instead of b, which both denotes binary.
Often used by people that don't want to risc peole confusing 10b for 10Bh (thus confusing binary and hex), so typing 10y is the same as 10b.
1000y = 1000b = 80h

(maybe this is an issure for the FAQ - what y means?)
Posted on 2003-10-08 08:49:32 by scientica
What do y mean?!?! OMFG LOL0r!!11!1!
Posted on 2003-10-08 14:49:44 by f0dder