concatenate a string in hexadecimal with ASCII string

Hello

I'm new to LabView and I am building an application that talks to a camera. I'm stuck on something that seems simple enough: I need to concatenate a constant string of hexadecimal values (040D 0002...) with an ASCII hexadecimal string (00D0A10F, for example), which is emerging from a block 'number in string Hex. ' The output must be a string of hexadecimal values (040D 0002 00D0A10F) and go to the camera, but the block CONCATENATE transforms the ASCII string in hexadecimal display too, so that each character is converted to two hexagonal symbols...

I found a very old post where someone claims that they have found a solution; Unfortunately, it is not displayed...

Does anyone have an idea, how to do?

Thank you very much!

Michal

Hello

Give it a try - it converts an ASCII hexadecimal characters in ascii character string.

So, if you view the output as hex, she must concatenate correctly with your other data.

Dan

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