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Thread: Hex to BCD in C
picon face BY : Brent Brown email (remove spam text)

Not sure if this what you want, but you might get some ideas from
it. It takes a signed 16 bit integer and outputs the representative
ASCII characters. In this example SendByte() outputs to the serial
port. Output is from "-32767" to "+32768". For unsigned values
delete the first 5 lines of this function. Easy to modify for different
lengths too.

void SendNumSInt(int x){
       if(x < 0)

       SendByte((x/10000) + '0');
       SendByte((x%10000)/1000 + '0');
       SendByte((x%1000)/100 + '0');
       SendByte((x%100)/10 + '0');
       SendByte((x%10) + '0');

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