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perl (converting ascii -> ?

Posted on 2004-09-10
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Is there a way to convert ascii to say hex or decimal or one of those. From there i can convert it to anything else. any help is appreciated. And can convertion be explained ne way xcept because its on a chart or is ther a method. Thanks
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@dec=unpack'C*',$ascii;
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What was wrong with my answer?
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