I want to split each of two chars in string and convert it to hex byte array representation,i am just lost how to do this.
in string a= hex a which is 10 in decimalin string b= hex b which is 11 in decimal
String toConvert = "abbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbc";byte output = new byte; Input ab bb bb bb bb bb bb bb bb bb bb bc output[-85, -69, -69, -69, -69, -69, -69, -69, -69, -69, -69, -68]
I have a hex type data which is "0x0A7A" which I converted to string.Now I want to convert it back to hex. Meaning the "0x0A7A" which was a string earlier will be back to "0x0A7A" as Hex. How can I do it in VB.Net 2010?
I have these 3 vertices (end values) of RGB as
#350000 where R varies from 35 to ff , G from 00 to cf and B from 00 to cf. I need to create a list of all the possible values between them. I did the following:
import remy_list=for i in xrange(53,256): for j in xrange(0,208): for k in xrange(0,208): item = str(hex(i))+str(hex(j))+str(hex(k)) item2 = re.sub('(0x)','',item) my_list.append(item2)
I iterated over the integer values and converted them to hex, followed by concatenating RGB values and replacing 0x from the concatenated string(which doesn't work) . This method is quite slow. Is there a better way to do this??
For logging purpose some other guys converting the logs to byte array and then to hex string. But I want to get it back in java String, but not able to do so,
the hex string in log file looks something like
Can someone plz help to decode it?
Thanks In Advance..
I want to create 5 hex bytes length string that is gonna be send through a socket. I want that send 255 packets changing the third byte incremntally. How can I do that?Something like this code:
i=0 while True: a="\x3f\x4f"+hex(i)+"\x0D\x0A" socket.send(a) i=i+1
The problem is that this code is introducing 0x0 (30 78 30) instead of 00 in the first loop for example.