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function to convert raw datatype into ascii

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Is there any function to convert raw datatype into ascii in Oracle?
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RAWTOHEX(rawvalue).

return character string containing hexadecimal represntation. each byte of rawvalue is converted into a two-character string.


reverse is:
HEXTORAW
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vanmeerendonk earned 20 total points
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sorry, breaking in...
use UTL_RAW.CAST_TO_VARCHAR2(<raw value>)

UTL_RAW is a very handy package for RAW-handling
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