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I noticed some codepointers, mainly the ones with parameters, have been documented here with type specifiers in them (int, float, string...). While I know they're there for information purposes, do they actually have this form in the source? Normally all misc1, misc2 and args[] are of type int in the source, so this type naming I think it's pseudocode at most.--[[User:Printz|Printz]] 05:57, 29 May 2009 (EDT)
 
I noticed some codepointers, mainly the ones with parameters, have been documented here with type specifiers in them (int, float, string...). While I know they're there for information purposes, do they actually have this form in the source? Normally all misc1, misc2 and args[] are of type int in the source, so this type naming I think it's pseudocode at most.--[[User:Printz|Printz]] 05:57, 29 May 2009 (EDT)
 
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I noticed some codepointers, mainly the ones with parameters, have been documented here with type specifiers in them (int, float, string...). While I know they're there for information purposes, do they actually have this form in the source? Normally all misc1, misc2 and args[] are of type int in the source, so this type naming I think it's pseudocode at most.--Printz 05:57, 29 May 2009 (EDT)