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Qword To Byte In HEX

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I'm checking a checkSum value of a Protocol.

During that check i need to comper two values and see if they are the same.

Value1, Value2 are as long.

Value1 = 22500

Value2 = 228

Hex(Value1) will retern 57E4

and

Hex(Value2) will retern E4

They are the same, only Value1 is in Qword and i need only the Byte (E4).


How can i do the convertion from 22500 => &HE4

10X.





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Function ByteHex(Byval LongVal As Long) As String
    ByteHex = Right$("0" & Hex(LongVal), 2)
End Function
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