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Even when there are no try/catch blocks in a function, the compiler may generate a FunctionInfo structure and register a C++EH handler (such as __CxxFrameHandler). This is necessary, for example, to destruct automatic (stack-allocated) C++ objects going out of scope, or cleaning up a partially constructed object in a constructor. In such functions there will ...


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I guess newByte[two.length + 1] = 1; look like iterate some value in variable two


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You must have been looking at the wrong representation. Opening the file with a plain graphics viewer shows that it indeed contains "maps", in a 2-byte-per-block format and with a fixed width of 128 bytes/64 blocks: The first 514 bytes seem to contain some other kind of data but after that every two bytes form one single map block. You'll have to compare ...


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