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Hi friends,
I need to convert Float to hexadecimal in C# 3.0 Example input is 5.5 means, output should be 40B0. Very urgent No.
 
Please help me out guys..
Posted 15-Nov-10 2:51am
Edited 15-Nov-10 8:39am
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ARopo at 16-Nov-10 4:59am
   
Some people seem to have a problem with your statement of urgentcy. People will answer your query as fast as possible adding urgent does seem to get a lot of people's backs up which is a shame because it is quite an interesting question.
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Solution 2

To convert to a hex string
        double dbVal = 5.5;
        long lVal = BitConverter.DoubleToInt64Bits(dbVal);
        string hex = lVal.ToString("X");
 
To convert it back
 
long lval2 = Convert.ToInt64(hex, 16);
double dbVal2 = BitConverter.Int64BitsToDouble(lval2);
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Solution 1

Just print your value with the correct format string for hex output as described here[^].
 
BTW I note that this was not urgent enough for you to find the MSDN reference.
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