Problem with BinaryEncode and variable params

Mark Schonewille m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Sat Dec 16 15:56:41 EST 2006


Bernard's solution works. You could write C4 instead of CCCC and if  
you want to see some result, you could convert it to hex values,  
because you can't see NULL values without converting them.

   put "0,206,0" into tColors
   put item 1 of tColors into c1
   put item 2 of tColors into c2
   put item 3 of tColors into c3
   put binaryEncode("C4",0,c1,c2,c3) into varNewImageData
   get binaryDecode("H*",varNewImageData,x)
   put x

Best,

Mark

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Op 16-dec-2006, om 18:21 heeft Bernard Devlin het volgende geschreven:

> Bryan,
>
> put "0,1,0" into tColors
> put item 1 of tColors+0 into c1
> put item 2 of tColors+0 into c2
> put item 3 of tColors+0 into c3
> put binaryEncode("CCCC",0,c1,c2,c3) into varNewImageData
> put varNewImageData
>
> works for me insofar as it will put some binary gibberish into the  
> msgbox.  Are you sure that at least 1 item in tColors is non-zero?
>
> I have never used imageData or binaryEncode, so maybe I am not  
> appreciating your problem.
>
> Bernard



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