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A specific C language data-type construct which allow to declare a list of primitive types variables bound together in a single logical memory unit.

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Struct: Alt+Q Array: Numeric keypad * …
answered Nov 24 '13 by Jason Geffner
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From above... Decompiled: *(_DWORD *)(shipsStruct - 4) = playerPointer->ssXCoord; *(_DWORD *)shipsStruct = playerPointer->ssYCoord; ... Original: Ships[i].XCoordinate = *(DWORD *) (playerPtr + 0x …
answered Dec 31 '13 by Jason Geffner
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Add your struct in the function's stack view: With your cursor in the function's disassembly view, press Ctrl+K to open the stack view. In the stack view, ensure that enough function arguments …
answered Nov 20 '13 by Jason Geffner
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Yes. In StructB, select the field you want to convert to a sub-structure or create a new field by pressing D. With the given field selected, press Alt+Q and select StructA for the field.
answered Mar 12 '14 by Jason Geffner
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That looks like a real_pcre structure, whose format is defined here among many other places online.
answered May 9 '14 by Jason Geffner
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You need to have Initializedstructure struct1 <'A',1024> in your .data segment, not in your .code segment.
answered Mar 4 '15 by Jason Geffner
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IDA has been able to show cross-references to structure members since version 6.2:
answered Jan 7 '14 by Jason Geffner