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Ruby "pack" functionality in AutoIt

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Hi Andreu, 
Thank you for your reply.
Yes the directive "N" meaning  32-bit unsigned, network (big-endian) byte order. I'm trying with your example but I think the result is different from that obtained with Ruby:
The output with Ruby is: 000000-    
The output with your AutoIt code:  004005
* The 00 is null (ASCII)

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