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Hello :bye:, Please look at this code:

$vVar = Execute("0x10000000")

MsgBox(0, 0, "Var Type: " & VarGetType($vVar) & @CRLF & "Value: " & $vVar)

These are my questions:

1. Is execute doing its job correctly?

2. Is 0x10000000 = 268435456?

3. What is 0x10000000 called in programmer terms? (I am not sure if its Hexadecimals because VarGetType say its an Int*)


I am confused :wacko:, Thanks in Advance, TD :)

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1. Yes, re-read help.

2. Please check by yourself with the Windows Calculator in Programmer mode!

3. It's an hex literal. VarGetType doesn't say Int* which would be a pointer to an Integer and something VarGetType is unable to produce as a result. It says Int32 and you should make the effort to search by yourself why exactly (and, for instance, not Int64).

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