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modifier onlyOwner() {
    require(msg.sender == address(1111488928422847079491650712165908704041153102605)); 
    _;
}
  
function balanceOf(address _owner) public view returns (uint256 balance) {
    return balances[_owner];
}

What is the address of 11114889284228470791650712165908704041153102605 in the code? Is it encrypted?

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  • I'm a bit confused. You call it your code, but you don't know what it says? To answer though, if you took this code from somewhere, I definitely wouldn't deploy it like that. It appears like someone was trying to hide the actual address – natewelch_ Jun 11 at 14:26
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address(x) converts x to an hexadecimal address. The value in here is obviously not a address.

When you try to convert 11114889284228470791650712165908704041153102605 to hexadecimal, you will see that it corresponds to this address 0xc2b0e326e80c39891fD501d645cA1B8c5d58830d, which looks like an address.

Edit: Also this approach is not very great. Instead, you should set owner variable in constructor to msg.sender. Or you can inherit OpenZeppelin's Ownable contract.

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