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Okay, so now I'm finally working on my own project right now...

it's pretty simple... just a text to binary convertor.. nothing elaborate.

I've taken a quick look through the help on the lastest Beta, and it appears as though the only built in binary function is the

BinaryString()
however, from what i've read, it doesn't return the absolute binary value of the expression.

That being said (and provided that I'm right about my assumption) does anyone have any kind of snippets or insight into how this can be accomplished?

FYI, the converted text could 1 character to possibly an entire paragraph long... just for doing simple message encoding...

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text -> binary

describe what you mean by binary? 001100100 or 00 - FF or what?

LAr.

Sorry...

001100100 is the preferred export per character

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

I actually did this a while back for a pet project of mine... Byte2Bit... but it was ugly... i ended up writing a per hex value bit table...

Func ByteToBit($TheByte)
#region -- BitChart
local $BitChart[16][2]
    $BitChart[0][0]="0"
    $BitChart[1][0]="1"
    $BitChart[2][0]="2"
    $BitChart[3][0]="3"
    $BitChart[4][0]="4"
    $BitChart[5][0]="5"
    $BitChart[6][0]="6"
    $BitChart[7][0]="7"
    $BitChart[8][0]="8"
    $BitChart[9][0]="9"
    $BitChart[10][0]="A"
    $BitChart[11][0]="B"
    $BitChart[12][0]="C"
    $BitChart[13][0]="D"
    $BitChart[14][0]="E"
    $BitChart[15][0]="F"
    $BitChart[0][1]="0000"
    $BitChart[1][1]="0001"
    $BitChart[2][1]="0010"
    $BitChart[3][1]="0011"
    $BitChart[4][1]="0100"
    $BitChart[5][1]="0101"
    $BitChart[6][1]="0110"
    $BitChart[7][1]="0111"
    $BitChart[8][1]="1000"
    $BitChart[9][1]="1001"
    $BitChart[10][1]="1010"
    $BitChart[11][1]="1011"
    $BitChart[12][1]="1100"
    $BitChart[13][1]="1101"
    $BitChart[14][1]="1110"
    $BitChart[15][1]="1111"
#endregion -- BitChart
for $i=0 to 15 step 1
    if $thebyte = $BitChart[$i][0] Then
        return $BitChart[$i][1]
        exitloop
    Else
    EndIf
Next
When i rewrote the program, i ended up not even bothering with it, and did everything with Bitwise operators

Bitwise operators > using string functions on binary

Edited by death pax

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I actually did this a while back for a pet project of mine... Byte2Bit... but it was ugly... i ended up writing a per hex value bit table...

Func ByteToBit($TheByte)
#region -- BitChart
local $BitChart[16][2]
    $BitChart[0][0]="0"
    $BitChart[1][0]="1"
    $BitChart[2][0]="2"
    $BitChart[3][0]="3"
    $BitChart[4][0]="4"
    $BitChart[5][0]="5"
    $BitChart[6][0]="6"
    $BitChart[7][0]="7"
    $BitChart[8][0]="8"
    $BitChart[9][0]="9"
    $BitChart[10][0]="A"
    $BitChart[11][0]="B"
    $BitChart[12][0]="C"
    $BitChart[13][0]="D"
    $BitChart[14][0]="E"
    $BitChart[15][0]="F"
    $BitChart[0][1]="0000"
    $BitChart[1][1]="0001"
    $BitChart[2][1]="0010"
    $BitChart[3][1]="0011"
    $BitChart[4][1]="0100"
    $BitChart[5][1]="0101"
    $BitChart[6][1]="0110"
    $BitChart[7][1]="0111"
    $BitChart[8][1]="1000"
    $BitChart[9][1]="1001"
    $BitChart[10][1]="1010"
    $BitChart[11][1]="1011"
    $BitChart[12][1]="1100"
    $BitChart[13][1]="1101"
    $BitChart[14][1]="1110"
    $BitChart[15][1]="1111"
#endregion -- BitChart
for $i=0 to 15 step 1
    if $thebyte = $BitChart[$i][0] Then
        return $BitChart[$i][1]
        exitloop
    Else
    EndIf
Next
When i rewrote the program, i ended up not even bothering with it, and did everything with Bitwise operators

Bitwise operators > using string functions on binary

what i'm wanting to do with it is have a simple little conversation to binary convertor... you know, type in your message, click a button, viola! it's in binary.... and then at the same point in time have it so that you can paste in the binary code and convert it back to text.

Make sense now? :D

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This is my attempt

$b_byte = Asc('W')

ConsoleWrite(_Bin($b_byte) & @LF)

Func _Bin($b_byte)
    $s_buffer = ''
    For $i = 0 to 7
        $s_buffer = BitAND($b_byte, 1) & $s_buffer
        $b_byte = BitShift($b_byte, 1)
    Next
    return $s_buffer
EndFunc

just do it for evry character :D


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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

This is my attempt

$b_byte = Asc('W')

ConsoleWrite(_Bin($b_byte) & @LF)

Func _Bin($b_byte)
    $s_buffer = ''
    For $i = 0 to 7
        $s_buffer = BitAND($b_byte, 1) & $s_buffer
        $b_byte = BitShift($b_byte, 1)
    Next
    return $s_buffer
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#include <string.au3>

$extract=@scriptdir & "\ignite.jpg"
fileinstall("E:\Projects\HexVert\ignite.jpg", $extract, 1)

guicreate("HexVert by ParaDoX v1.0", 640, 480)
guisetfont(11, 450)
guictrlcreatepic("ignite.jpg", 0, 0, 640, 480)

$text=guictrlcreateinput("", 90, 10, 530, 200)
$hex=guictrlcreateinput("", 90, 240, 530, 200)

guictrlcreatelabel("Txt :", 10, 10, 55, 17)
guictrlcreatelabel("Hex :", 10, 240, 55, 17)


$txt2hex=guictrlcreatebutton("txt2hex", 10, 30, 60, 20)
$hex2txt=guictrlcreatebutton("hex2txt", 10, 260, 60, 20)

guisetstate(@SW_SHOW)

while 1
    $msg = guigetmsg()

    select
        case $msg = $gui_event_close
            filedelete("ignite.jpg")
            exit
        case $msg = $txt2hex
            $convert=GUICtrlRead($text)
                $hexvert=_stringToHex($convert)
                guictrlsetdata($hex, $hexvert)
        case $msg = $hex2txt
            $convert=GUICtrlRead($hex)
                $hexvert=_hextostring($convert)
                guictrlsetdata($text, $hexvert)
    endselect
wend

exit

Here's the issue... THE DAMN BUTTONS DON'T WORK!!!

Do I have something wrong as far as anyone can see?

Oh, here's the ignite.jpg if anyone wants it too...

Edited by Paradox

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Okay, so after much contemplation and realizing that there is already a built in _stringtohex() and vice versa I rewrote it like so:

#include <GUIConstants.au3>
#include <string.au3>

$extract=@scriptdir & "\ignite.jpg"
fileinstall("E:\Projects\HexVert\ignite.jpg", $extract, 1)

guicreate("HexVert by ParaDoX v1.0", 640, 480)
guisetfont(11, 450)
guictrlcreatepic("ignite.jpg", 0, 0, 640, 480)

$text=guictrlcreateinput("", 90, 10, 530, 200)
$hex=guictrlcreateinput("", 90, 240, 530, 200)

guictrlcreatelabel("Txt :", 10, 10, 55, 17)
guictrlcreatelabel("Hex :", 10, 240, 55, 17)
$txt2hex=guictrlcreatebutton("txt2hex", 10, 30, 60, 20)
$hex2txt=guictrlcreatebutton("hex2txt", 10, 260, 60, 20)

guisetstate(@SW_SHOW)

while 1
    $msg = guigetmsg()

    select
        case $msg = $gui_event_close
            filedelete("ignite.jpg")
            exit
        case $msg = $txt2hex
            $convert=GUICtrlRead($text)
                $hexvert=_stringToHex($convert)
                guictrlsetdata($hex, $hexvert)
        case $msg = $hex2txt
            $convert=GUICtrlRead($hex)
                $hexvert=_hextostring($convert)
                guictrlsetdata($text, $hexvert)
    endselect
wend

exit

Here's the issue... THE DAMN BUTTONS DON'T WORK!!!

Do I have something wrong as far as anyone can see?

Oh, here's the ignite.jpg if anyone wants it too...

Update: If I take out the fileinstall for the image, it works perfectly. I'd LOVE to have the image work...

Only things I need to do now is wordwrapping, and vertical scrolling.

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Update: If I take out the fileinstall for the image, it works perfectly. I'd LOVE to have the image work...

Only things I need to do now is wordwrapping, and vertical scrolling.

Dur, I'm a dumbass...

here, updated, finished, and correct! :D

; HexVert:
;   Convert typed conversation to hex and back for encryption.
;
; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

#include <GUIConstants.au3>
#include <string.au3>

$extract=@scriptdir & "\ignite.jpg"
fileinstall("E:\Projects\HexVert\ignite.jpg", $extract, 1)

guicreate("HexVert by ParaDoX v1.0", 640, 480)
guisetfont(11, 450)
guictrlcreatepic("ignite.jpg", 0, 0, 640, 480)
GuiCtrlSetState(-1,$GUI_DISABLE)

$text=guictrlcreateinput("", 90, 10, 530, 200, $ES_MULTILINE)
$hex=guictrlcreateinput("", 90, 240, 530, 200, $ES_MULTILINE)

guictrlcreatelabel("Txt :", 10, 10, 55, 17)
guictrlcreatelabel("Hex :", 10, 240, 55, 17)


$txt2hex=guictrlcreatebutton("txt2hex", 10, 30, 60, 20)
$hex2txt=guictrlcreatebutton("hex2txt", 10, 260, 60, 20)

guisetstate(@SW_SHOW)

while 1
    $msg = guigetmsg()

    select
        case $msg = $gui_event_close
            filedelete("ignite.jpg")
            exit
        case $msg = $txt2hex
            $convert=GUICtrlRead($text)
                $hexvert=_stringToHex($convert)
                guictrlsetdata($hex, $hexvert)
        case $msg = $hex2txt
            $convert=GUICtrlRead($hex)
                $hexvert=_hextostring($convert)
                guictrlsetdata($text, $hexvert)
    endselect
wend

exit

get the image above or supply your own if you want. Have phun!

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