PeekPoke - Perl extension for reading and writing memory
use PeekPoke qw(peek poke); my $val = peek($address); poke($address, $val|1);
peek's argument is a machine address. (Strings will be converted to numbers as usual.)
peek returns the value stored at that address.
poke's arguments are a machine address and a value; the value is stored at the specified address.
Addresses and values are either 32- or 64-bit integers, depending on whether your version of Perl was compiled with 64-bit support.
None by default.
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