Hacklist interpreter complete

Hacklist interpreter complete

The new hack loading functions are now complete and use a much smaller amount of RAM while a hack is loaded, this in turn means that Hacklists that are ridiculously large can be loaded effortlessly.

While I still do not recommended using an old computer for this tool it is now capable of functioning without causing it to crash as long as the PC in question can offer up to 256MB of RAM (Educated Guess) to HackerEX.

I still need to add the manipulation functions, however I am now satisfied that the load/save functions can replace the old ones when I get round to it.

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