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Question: I worked through reverse-engineering the Base-64-decoded renderstrings recently and found, that some of the values are stored as floats. My problem being, that I don't know, how to convert a 3 or 4byte integer into it's float representation. How do you do it in Reaper? Do you convert it using a special algorithm before makeing it Base64 or does C/C++ do it for you? In the former case, what would you reommend reading about that?
Asked by mespotine (88.130.49.x) on March 4 2019, 2:07pm
Reply on March 4 2019, 11:21pm:
    In C you can use a simple cast eg “*(float *)&integervalue”. One can also interpret the bits directly using the IEEE 754 spec...


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  • Posted by Mespotine (109.104.45.x) on March 9 2019, 1:35pm:
    Thanks for your answer, I'll have a look :)


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