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Variable output to variable but skipping X amount of characters from left

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How do you get the data from a variable and transfer the data to another variable while knocking off the first 2 characters? For example if the variable data is 0x12345678 how can I make a new variable that only has the 12345678 part and removed the initial 0x

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

Assuming that its a string

$a = "0x12345678"
$b = StringRight($a,StringLen($a)-2)
MsgBox(0,"",$b)

Edit, some other method can b

StringSplit

StringReplace

Edited by bogQ

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

If variable data is string type it`l work

$a = "0x12345678"
$b = 0x12345678
MsgBox(0,$a,$b)

$a = 0x12345678
$b = StringRight($a,StringLen($a)-2)
$c = "0x12345678"
$d = StringRight($c,StringLen($c)-2)
MsgBox(0,$b,$d)
Edited by bogQ

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Some more examples.

$a = 0x12345678
$b = hex($a)

$c = "0x12345678"
$d = StringTrimLeft($c, 2)

MsgBox(0,"Results","$b = " & $b & @CRLF & "$d = " & $d )

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Some more examples.

$a = 0x12345678
$b = hex($a)

$c = "0x12345678"
$d = StringTrimLeft($c, 2)

MsgBox(0,"Results","$b = " & $b & @CRLF & "$d = " & $d )

Hex() would probably work on the string as well.

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