Curry
  • Curry
I'm using gdb, how do I get rid of these random values?
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Curry
  • Curry
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anonymous
  • anonymous
It looks like your pointer is pointing at an address that is before the actual beginning of the string.
Curry
  • Curry
so what would i pass in gdb?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
I think the problem fundamentally is the pointer but...
Curry
  • Curry
i can't change the original file they said. :/
anonymous
  • anonymous
try using `(&puzzle + 20)` and see what you get
anonymous
  • anonymous
`(&puzzle1+20)`
Curry
  • Curry
adress out of bounds
anonymous
  • anonymous
can you give a picture
Curry
  • Curry
when i do &puzzle1+5, i get "is watching you"
anonymous
  • anonymous
What about +4?
Curry
  • Curry
+3 did the trick.
Curry
  • Curry
ok ok, cause it was 8 bytes from T to i. ok ok. thank you! nice hint!
anonymous
  • anonymous
I guess the type of puzzle1 isn't a char, because the pointer arithmetic is moving it far.
anonymous
  • anonymous
it looks like it's a type that takes 4 bytes.
anonymous
  • anonymous
32 bit, could be an integer or something
anonymous
  • anonymous
Alternatively, you could have done something like `(((char*) &puzzle1)+12)`.

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