Big/Little Endian and Externals - Was how to Display/Print a Hex Number???
dave at looktowindward.com
Tue Feb 13 07:36:03 EST 2007
That works great, thanks a lot. One other thing though:
I have an external that will eventually have to work on Mac/Intel,
Mac/PowerPC and Windows. The value that is being returned is
0x00000001, however on an Intel Mac it's being displayed as
0x01000000. e.g. it's a Big/Little Endian issue. Is there a standard
way to handle this for both platforms???
Thanks a lot for your help.
All the Best
On 13 Feb 2007, at 11:23, Mark Smith wrote:
> If it's a revolution number, you can use <put baseConvert(myStatus,
> 10,16)>, if it's a 4 byte binary value, you can
> put empty into tHexStatus
> get binaryDecode("H*", myStatus, tHexStatus)
> and tHexStatus should now contain the value as as hex chars.
> Hope this helps,
> On 13 Feb 2007, at 10:52, Dave wrote:
>> I have a parameter that is passed back to RunRev in a Variable
>> from an External Command, e.g. the TranScript line is:
>> put myExternalFunction("myHandle") into myStatus
>> and the C/C++ line in the External is:
>> I would now like to display the "handle" as a Hex Value in RunRev
>> but for the life of me I can't think how to do it! Guess my brain
>> has gone to sleep today! Any help would be appreciated!
>> Thanks a lot and All the Best
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