Lets say I have a text string :"Say Hello to My Little Friend"
A function should return hex value as:
I am creating a app which need to retrieve a player info from a XML file. I've basically done the parsing part but encounter this problem right now.
The example of format is:
<P id="4336" f="Luka" s="MODRIĆ" d="1985-09-09" h="174" w="65" i="4336.png"/>
(My logic is compare first name and last name from data with user input and pull the data out from the XML file.)I need retrieve the data when user input "Luka Modric" but I know it is hard to compare "MODRIC" with "MODRIĆ" or
"MODRIĆ" . Are there any better solutions that I can achieve my goal? Thanks.
I want to take an integer (that will be <= 255), to a hex string representation
e.g.: I want to pass in
65 and get out
255 and get
I've tried doing this with the
), but that chokes on anything above
9 since it wants to take in a single character string.
I'm new to python,I have a string like:
s= 'HDCF\xc3\x82\xc2\xae FTAE\xc3\x82\xc2\xae Greater China'
I want to remove all the unicode literals in a string like:
I need output like:
'HDFC FTAE Greater China'
Can anyone help me with this?
I use net-snmp-5.5-1.x86.exe for Win32
I need set IP addreess to hex format, separated by whitespace using NET-SNMP set command. For example, an IP address 192.168.100.100 converted to Hex format is 0xC0A86464
192.168.100.100 > 0xC0A86464
The correctly set value should return the following value when check with snmpget:
xxx-xxx-xxx-MIB::docsDevServerAddress.0 = Hex-STRING: C0 A8 64 64
snmpset -v 1 -c private 192.168.100.5 docsDevServerAddress.0 x 0xC0 A8 64 64
But when I using this format to set HEX address, I always got errors like this:
'A8: Bad object type: 6', or
'00xA8 Bad object type: 0', and so on, depending on representation of hex format I tried.According to NET-SNMP manual, 'x' is octet string in hex bytes, separated by whitespace.
How to set correct string input format for snmpset to set Hex values I need?