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honey the codewitch19-Sep-19 7:37
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zezba900019-Sep-19 9:05
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if you think I'm wrong show me how to *create an object* at a specific address in .NET


Invoke the C method from C# you would use to allocation memory at that specific vmem address. Keep a reference to that address in C# as a pointer as you would in C. No difference from doing it in C. Again if you can address it in C you can address it in C# using pointers.

Can you show me what method you're invoking in C that allocates memory at a specific address? Then I can give an example and it would remove the confusion. I can only guess at what methods you're trying to use.
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