WACKY.DTT consists of 96 bytes divided into 4 lines 24 bytes long. Each line determines the name and score in Wacky Duck Shoot high score list. Each line follows this pattern:
The name can be anything you want, as long as it only uses the characters listed above. Lines do not have to be in order of score: lower scores can be a line above higher scores. Here is an example of a score listing that would only be possible by editing
WACKY.DTT as it would appear in the game:
PHIL 255 BILL & TED 0 34 --- NOBODY --- 40
Here is what
WACKY.DTT would look like, with a period (.) representing ASCII value 00:
PHIL ....ÿ... BILL & TED ........ ...."... --- NOBODY ---....(...
Notice that there are not actually any line breaks in the file, so it would look like this without wrapping the text:
PHIL ....ÿ...BILL & TED ........ ...."...--- NOBODY ---....(...
You will need a binary file editor to make changes to this file. Your DOS editor might have an option to open a file as binary. Always make a copy of the file you are editing so you can restore it in case you need to.