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Returns a numeric representation of a hexadecimal string.

ConsoleWrite( dec(hex( $b )) & @CRLF )

i havent tested, and there may be a better solution.


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Dim $A = 123456
Dim $B = Binary($A)
ConsoleWrite(Hex($A) & @LF)
ConsoleWrite($B & @LF)
ConsoleWrite(String($B) & @LF)
ConsoleWrite(Hex($B) & @LF)
ConsoleWrite(Number($B) & @LF)

For $n = BinaryLen($B) To 1 Step -1 
    ConsoleWrite(@TAB & BinaryMid($B, $n, 1) & @LF)
Next

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So it works this way:

Dim $A = 123456
Dim $B = Binary($A)

$hex = ""
For $n = BinaryLen($B) To 1 Step -1
    $hex &= Hex(BinaryMid($B, $n, 1))
Next
ConsoleWrite(Dec($hex)& @CRLF)

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Ok thanx for this reply but its not an efficient way of doing thing, i have to play with realy big files 1Gb++

So this way is not the fastest ...

I have more information

if i convert an hex string to binary, the conversion dont do "littleendian" reorder

Proof:

$A = Binary( 1024 )
ConsoleWrite( hex( $A ) & @CRLF )
$A = Binary( "0x" & Hex(1024 ) )
ConsoleWrite( hex( $A ) & @CRLF )

Output: 
00040000
00000400

Is there a function like the hex one that convert back a binary to a "number" format, who does the reverse of Binary( 1024 ) ??

Hex is like the reverse of Binary( "0x00000400" )

Any more idea?

Thanx

Stéphane

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