Convert 16-bit signed decimal

Hello

I need to convert integer to signed decimal value is 16 bytes.

For example a xCC lower byte and the high xFF who in decimal-52.

The string coming from the instrument is xFFCC. What can I use with Labview?

LabVIEW 6.1

Windows XP

In my view, a type of cast string I16 must resolve.

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