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I want to display the contents of a byte array in numeric form, both before and after being passed to the api. I am presently using a dll wih a function "ReadByteBuf" but would prefer to use in-line code if possible. Can anyone supply code for this???
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FOR N = 1 TO {size of array}
    Print HEX( array( N ) ); " ";
    IF INT( N/10 ) = N/10 THEN PRINT ""
Next N

This will print ten elements across in HEX.

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