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Possible Bug?

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Simply put, 0x0001 sould always be 1, not 256...right? 

$Test1 = Binary("0x00010003")
$Test = 0x0001

MsgBox(64,Int(BinaryMid($Test1,1,2)),BinaryMid($Test1,1,2))
MsgBox(64,Int($Test),$Test)

What is what? What is what.

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This should explain things:

$Test1 = Binary("0x12345678")
$Test = 0x0001
MsgBox(64,Hex(Int(BinaryMid($Test1,1,2)), 4),BinaryMid($Test1,1,2))
MsgBox(64,Int($Test),$Test)

This is called endianness.

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Don't quite get it. Im a n00b to endian


What is what? What is what.

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