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I want to know that can we use hex in AutoIT If yes then How?

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Azeem,

Hex numbers are entered as 0x followed by the hex code. AutoIt does not care base which you use.

You can also use Dec and Hex to convert between the bases - but then, rather strangely, you do not need the 0x.

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Hex values in AutoIt are shown like this: 0xAB22F1

For more: Type in the help-search "hex", you'll get 154 entries. ;)


Best Regards BugFix  

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you can change values into hex with

Hex(your number)

You can work with Hex numbers by adding 0x

So it has to look like this:

$result = Hex(1033,4)  ;returns "0409"
$hex_value = "0x" & $result  ; returns "0x0409"

Next time look ot up in the helpfile ;)

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Thanks to all for guidance. ;)

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