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How to get the hex string of a double floating point number (internal 8 bytes)?
Jan 2 '06 #1
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How to get the hex string of a double floating point number (internal 8 bytes)?


Something like
BitConverter.Do ubleToInt64Bits (yourDoubleValu e).ToString("X" )
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Jan 2 '06 #2
nick <ni**@discussio ns.microsoft.co m> wrote:
How to get the hex string of a double floating point number (internal 8 bytes)?


Use BitConverter.Do ubleToInt64Bits to represent the double as a long,
and then format the long as a hex string using the 'X' format
specifier.

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