3.2.68. X2D(hexstring[,length])Returns a whole number that is the decimal representation of hexstring. If length is specified, then hexstring is interpreted as a two’s complement hexadecimal number consisting of the number rightmost hexadecimal numerals in hexstring. If hexstring is shorter than number, it is padded to the left with <NUL> characters (that is: ‘00’x). If length is not specified, hexstring will always be interpreted as an unsigned number. Else, it is interpreted as an signed number, and the leftmost bit in hexstring decides the sign. X2D(‘03 24’) –> ‘792’ X2D(‘0310’) –> ‘784’ X2D(‘ffff’) –> ‘65535’ X2D(‘ffff’, 5) –> ‘65535’ X2D(‘ffff’, 4) –> ‘-1’ X2D(‘ff80’, 3) –> ‘-128’ X2D(‘12345’, 3) –> ‘837’

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