Tutorial Types and their impact

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Feb 20, 2016
Hey guys,
as I was talking with some guy in discord a few days ago, I kind of noticed that some people aren't quite trough the types of variables and their impact on the memory,that's what it should be about today.

First off all you should know each variable has a certain size, it might differ from compiler to compiler but in general:
TypeSize in bytes
long long8

So the question is how can be this useful?

If you create structs which should be directly casted from the memory:
typedef struct someStruct
	char pad0[4]; // 4 x 1 byte = 4 bytes
	long long value; // 8 bytes
	char pad1[12]; // 12 x 1 byte = 12 bytes
	float vec[3]; //3 x 4byte = 12 bytes
	int pad2[16]; //16 x 4 bytes = 64 bytes

someStruct* whatever = (someStruct*)(0xFFFFF);
So you can calculate the size of the struct and apply the right padding in it.

2.Getting the adresses of variables. Imagine after a loooong time of searching you finally found the offset for the y-coord in your game. Now you have to get the x-coords and the z-coords again.

We can do it easier, as we know the coordinates are mostly stored behind each other like this:

As we know the x,y,z are usually float and they have the size of 4 bytes, this would mean that x would have to be located at the position 4 bytes before y, because x takes up 4 bytes. Z would be located 4 bytes behind y because y is a float and it takes up 4 bytes too.

In our example:

We just saved the long work of finding 2 more adresses by just using our knowledge about the size of types :FeelsGoodMan:

This should be everything for today :)

Good luck have fun and be 1337 :bicepright:


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Aug 3, 2015
Everybody NEEDS to know this stuff. Please...

Thanks for the write-up!
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