February 28th, 2004 12:30 AM
Because he is trying to learn C/C++, not assembly.
and why not use assembly? and I only mean that it's faster and more direct.
We already did it. See the above posts.
i'm not sure why u would need to do that but it has been my exp. that c/c++ has no way to write data to a exat mem adderss because the os loads the program and then a var are offset to the start of the program
Like learning? Like understanding C/C++ on a deeper level? Like curiosity? Like it being part of the basic tutorial of C/C++ usage?
becuase im sure that there are other good reasons for accessing memory directly with a program in c++,like cleaning it same thing that reg edit does..