# inttohex... and HEXTOINT ?????

well, the tittle says it all.. is there a function like hextoint ?
I use Dekphi 3

thanks
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function HexToInt(HexStr : string) : cardinal;
begin
if HexStr[1]<>'\$' then
HexStr := '\$' + HexStr;
Result := StrToInt(HexStr);
end;

function IntToHex(AInt : cardinal) : string;
begin
Result := Format('%x', [AInt]);
end;

Yours,

Alex

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>Result := StrToInt(HexStr);

I never knew that worked with hex...you learn something new everyday...
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From the Delphi 4 help: (not sure it it is also in D3...)

IntToHex returns the hex representation of an integer.

Unit

SysUtils

Category

numeric formatting routines

function IntToHex(Value: Integer; Digits: Integer): string;
function IntToHex(Value: Int64; Digits: Integer): string; overload;

Description

The IntToHex function converts a number into a string containing the number's hexadecimal (base 16) representation. Value is the number to convert. Digits indicates the minimum number of hexadecimal digits to return.

Cheers,

Raymond.
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Author Commented:
hey.. excellent answer Alex.. thanks !

btw.. alex.. where do ya live in brasil ? I've been to Rio and Sao Paulo's airports in november... !
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Thanks, Bryan.

I live in Belo Horizonte, Brazil 3rd largest city (after São Paulo and Rio). Belo Horizonte is 490 km North from São Paulo and 580 km East from Rio de Janeiro. It's in the state of Minas Gerais.

It's located between mountains, at 770m from the Ocean level. That makes it a very plesant city to live in. It's not as violent as Rio or SP, climate is excellent (a little rainy lately, 'though).

Next time stop by, Bryan!

Alex
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