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binary to hex conversion algorithm ?

Posted on 2001-08-21
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Does anyone have a good binary to hex algorithm handy?
ie.

1100001010  => 30A
0011110000  => 0F0

Alex
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by:ozo
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print unpack"H*",pack"B*",'0000001100001010';
print unpack"H*",pack"B*",'0000000011110000';
printf "%x",0b1100001010;
printf "%03x",0b0011110000;
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Perl code to turn characters in a string into hexadecimal ASCII codes and back again.
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$string="A1B2";
$out = unpack("H*",$string);
print "Forward $out\n";
$str=pack("H*",$out);
print "Reverse $str\n";    


adding hex numbers:
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$number1 = 0x1234;
$number2 = 0xabcd;
 printf( "%x\n", $number1+$number2)          



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by:Alex_Tong
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When I try

$temp = "00000000111";
            print ("TEMP = $temp\n");
            print unpack"H*",pack"B*",$temp;
exit();


The output becomes
TEMP = 00000000111
00e0

and I wanted 007

Please help,
Alex
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$temp = '0000000000000111';
print unpack"H*",pack"B*",$temp;
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$temp = "00000000111";
print scalar reverse unpack"h*",pack"b*",scalar reverse
$temp;
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#in v5.6
printf "%03x",oct "0b$temp";
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