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I have code as below:
x = readsomevalue();print x
The printed value is an integer. I want this in hex but,
The integer which is returned(x) is having leading 0 in it(ex. 0543676). for this the standard method fails
x.to_s(16) = 0
how to solve this?since some of you have marked it as duplicate let me tell you, that the standard call fails when we have leading 0 in it, so is there anything to eliminate leading 0.
I have a integer, which I am trying to convert to a hex, and then pad with leading 0s so that the length of the string is 16 characters Below is my code
long longdpid = Long.parseLong(dataPathID);String stringhexdpid = Long.toHexString(longdpid);String.format("%016x", stringhexdpid);
and I am getting the following error:
Exception in thread "POLLtimer" java.util.IllegalFormatConversionException: x != java.lang.Stringat java.util.Formatter$FormatSpecifier.failConversion(Formatter.java:4045)
Could someone explain where my mistake is?
I have some string data that I need to swap it like this:
My string data for example: 056446A750513300what I need to form is this : 00335150A7466405
I think that you guys noticed the pattern (each two least significant digits moved to be the most significant ones and so on)
I need an algorithm or a code that can implement this swapping really fast in VB.NET. and I have one more question >> in this case does my string data also work as a hex data without any conversion ?
thanks in advance.
I want to create a function that will accept any old string (will usually be a single word) and from that somehow generate a hexadecimal value between #000000 and #FFFFFF, so I can use it as a colour for a HTML element.
Maybe even a shorthand hex value (i.e: #FFF) if that's less complicated. In fact, a colour from a 'web-safe' palette would be ideal.
I'm writing a program in Java, using Spring-LDAP. I need to implement a method, which should search a user by SID. For this reason I use a filter like
"&((objectClass=User)(objectSid="+sid+"))". The search doesn't work with sid in String format like
Using Apache Directory Studio, I can query my AD LDAP database regulary using a filter like:
(objectSid=\ff\01\03\04\1a\2b\...) successfully. Here is the objectSid in hexadecimal format.
Now, how to translate the SID from String to hexadecimal and vice versa in a program, in Java?