# Convert hex (or byte?) duplicate

Hallo,

I'm contacting an instrument through VISA controls.

I'm getting a release in the hexagonal form combination of numbers and letters.

the thing is that, with all the formulas that I tried to convert it to a double I failed miserably.

The data card, you gave me, I thought that the following Hexagon should have the corresponding values:

C5D1 (2 octets)-> 26

THIS EF5D of CA (4-byte)-> 957

C4E2 (2bytes)-> 14

Instead, I get a very large number.

could you please tell me how to convert these duplicate?

Thodoros

Tags: NI Software

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