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There is any way to operate on hex value like a string without modifyng the hex?

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Dragonfighter

I'm writing a program that have to operate over the hex value of a file. But when I use StringTrimLeft() or StringLeft() the hex value change. There is any way to avoid it? Or there is any way to transform for example the hex 0x74657374 to a string like that "0x74657374"?

 

Thanks in advance for any reply.

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Earthshine
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Dragonfighter

Sorry, but I mean not to convert to a string for example 0x74657374 ="Test".

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Dragonfighter

I mean that:

;that for example is the hex value that I red from a file
$hex=0x74657374
;After that point the hex value change
$hex=StringTrimLeft($hex, 2)
$hex=StringLeft($hex, 2)

 

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Earthshine
Posted (edited)

well, those two functions take a string, not a hex value.

maybe you should be very detailed in your description of what it is you are trying to do before any more effort to help you. Describe the data source. What is the data you are interested in? Why hex?

Edited by Earthshine

My resources are limited. You must ask the right questions

 

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Danyfirex

hello. maybe this:

Local $hex=Binary("0x74657374")
ConsoleWrite(VarGetType($hex) & @CRLF)
ConsoleWrite(BinaryMid($hex,1,1) & @CRLF)
ConsoleWrite(BinaryMid($hex,2,1) & @CRLF)
ConsoleWrite(BinaryMid($hex,3,1) & @CRLF)

 

PD: Sorry for not put sintax highlighter. I'm unable to load the code box feature.

 

Saludos

 

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Dragonfighter

Thanks Danyfirex, but there isn't any function like BinaryMid that remove the leftmost binary value?

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Dragonfighter

An alternative to StringTrimLeft()

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Melba23

Dragon_Fighter,

Please tell us exactly what you are trying to achieve with this operation - at present your request makes absolutely no sense as variables are either hex or string, not a mixture of both. Just why are you looking to alter a hex value and why just the leftmost digits?

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Dragonfighter

My goal is to create a program that read a image and then find exif data that it will show to the user.

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Earthshine

and this I found from google

 

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My resources are limited. You must ask the right questions

 

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Dragonfighter

Thanks

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