ASCII to Integer

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Characters 1 & 0: A pair of ASCII characters
... ...
Characters 15 & 14: A pair of ASCII characters
Base: Integer
Number: Integer
Version CANNY Lab
from 1.8

Converts the string representation of a number for a given base 2, 10 or 16 into a numeric value.

The original string must contain valid characters in the selected numeral system on the positions: 0..15, 11..15 or 12..15 for a given base 2, 10 and 16, respectively.


Symbols, which set outside of these position ranges, discarded.

In case of invalid characters presence on inputs, the value of the output will be set to 0.

In the case of using an invalid base, value output value will be set to 0.


«0101101110100000» base 2 = 23456
«0000000000123456» base 10 = 23456 (symbol "1" is supressed)
«00000000000F5Ba0» base 16 = 23456 (symbol "F" is supressed)
«0000000000005BG0» base 16 = 0 (incorrect symbol "G")


With the release of CANNY Lab version 1.8 a new data presentation added - "A pair of characters" in which the values are represented by two characters ASCII with the codes given by high and low bytes of displaying 16-bit value .

For example, the decimal number 19778 corresponding hexadecimal 0x4B4E, displayed a pair of characters «KN», having ASCII-code 0x4B, and 0x4E respectively.

See also[edit]

Converter 8-to-1

Converter 16-to-1

Converter 1-to-8

Converter 1-to-16

Integer to ASCII

Built-in Function Blocks