I need to check for a
string located inside a packet that I receive as
byte array. If I use
BitConverter.ToString(), I get the bytes as
string with dashes (f.e.: 00-50-25-40-A5-FF).
I tried most functions I found after a quick googling, but most of them have input parameter type
string and if I call them with the
string with dashes, It throws an exception.
I need a function that turns hex(as
string or as
byte) into the
string that represents the hexadecimal value(f.e.: 0x31 = 1). If the input parameter is
string, the function should recognize dashes(example "47-61-74-65-77-61-79-53-65-72-76-65-72"), because
BitConverter doesn't convert correctly.
I have a variable call hex_string. The value could be '01234567'. Now I would like to get a hex value from this variable which is 0x01234567 instead of string type. The value of this variable may change. So I need a generic conversion method.
Input: 0x1000Desired output: '0x1000' or '1000'
How can I do this in python?
I would like to know how to parse a hex string, representing a number, in objective c. I am willing to use both an objective, or a C based method, either is fine.
should parse into the integer: 33554347
Any help would be appreciated!
I'm getting this unreadable string from a GPS tracking device and I need to decode these information so I can use it in my application (c#).
But in fact what i expect is something like below :
How can i convert the string to standard format in c# ?
I convert data to byte as you can see :