I am using H2O atop R and have been importing data sets from our database. I then convert the data set to HEX so I can model with H2O. This had been working fine until today, when I started getting this error:
Error in as.h2o(NL2LSet) : client must be a H2OClient object
Not sure what has changed, as this used to work:
L2L.hex <- as.h2o(NL2LSet)
Strangely,it gives an error and says
The name Long does not exist in this context
long x = Long.parseLong("C050005C", 16);int y = (int)(x & 0xffffffff);`
I haveto use this because I get error of format exception when I use this:
int intAgain = int.Parse(value, System.Globalization.NumberStyles.HexNumber);
I also get index out of range error too.So what will be the solution to convert hex to int in my case ?Any help will be appreciated.
If I directly add (A3FD) & (9CE) I get (ADCB).
However if I've got them as representations of 2's complement of binary numbers.The answer changes to 9DCB (FFFF9DCB in 32 bits)
I understand that A3FD would not represent the actual number 41981 in decimal, but the number -23555.
I'm looking for a way to directly add the representations without doing the long calculation of converting to decimal and proceeding.
I am having string of four
hex numbers like:
"0x00 0x01 0x13 0x00"
which is equivalent to
0x00011300. How i can convert this hex value to integer?
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I got an hex which looks like that:
68 65 6c 6c 6f 57 6f 72 6c 64 7c 31 2f 30 38 31 35 7c 41 42 43 2d 31 35 02 08
I now need to convert this hex value to ascii so that the result looks like:
I tried so many thinigs but I never came to the final code. I tried to use the convert-function in every imaginable way without any success.
At the moment I use the following website to convert:
I Need to do that i my powershell script, please help! Appreciate!!