I get result like this from a web service:
I need to get the strings in unicode characters, which i think would be:
I cannot use
replace("\\x", "\u00"); because it says "\u00" is not a valid unicode
I have ABC123EFFF.
I want to have 001010101111000001001000111110111111111111 (i.e. binary repr. with, say, 42 digits and leading zeroes).
I have the following code...
int Val=-32768;String Hex=Integer.toHexString(Val);
This equates to
int FirstAttempt=Integer.parseInt(Hex,16); // Error "Invalid Int"int SecondAttempt=Integer.decode("0x"+Hex); // Error "Invalid Int"
So, initially, it converts the value -32768 into a hex string ffff8000, but then it can't convert the hex string back into an Integer.
.Net it works as I'd expect, and
I know that I could write my own little method to convert this myself, but I'm just wondering if I'm missing something, or if this is genuinely a bug?
I'm trying to decode hex string to binary values. I found this below command on internet to get it done,
string_bin = string_1.decode('hex')
but I got error saying
'str' object has no attrubute 'decode'
I'm using python v3.4.1
I want to take an integer (that will be <= 255), to a hex string representation
e.g.: I want to pass in
65 and get out
255 and get
I've tried doing this with the
), but that chokes on anything above
9 since it wants to take in a single character string.