Visual Basic® Scripting Edition
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Returns a string representing the hexadecimal value of a number.
The number argument is any valid expression.
If number is not already a whole number, it is rounded to the nearest whole number before being evaluated.
If number is Hex returns Null Null. Empty Zero (0). Any other number Up to eight hexadecimal characters.
You can represent hexadecimal numbers directly by preceding numbers in the proper range with &H. For example, &H10 represents decimal 16 in hexadecimal notation. Just adding "&H" to a hexidecimal number and taking the CInt of it will convert Hex to Decimal.
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