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# Vbnewline and vbcrlf problem by converting to Hex

## Vbnewline and vbcrlf problem by converting to Hex

(OP)
HI!

I'm trying to convert a formatted string to Hex. It seems to going well. I'm getting problem with the format 'vbNewLine' and 'vbCrLf' both represented inside the string with ''. Their Ascii values are '13' and '10'. I read that this character () is not supported by Microsoft Windows.
How can I solve that problem?

'---
' Here the code
'---

Public Function AsciitoHex(ByVal str As String)
Dim Buchstabe$, x%, AsciiVal As Byte Const Hexa = 16 x = Hexa - Len(str) Mod Hexa ' Nothing happened here. why? str = Replace(str, "", "", 1, -1, vbTextCompare) If x <> Hexa Then str = str & Space(x) For x = 1 To Len(str) Buchstabe = Mid$(str, x, 1)

'here too
If Buchstabe = "" Then
Buchstabe = "vbcrlf"
End If

If Buchstabe = Chr\$(0) Then
AsciiVal = 0
Else
AsciiVal = (Asc(Buchstabe))
End If
AsciitoHex = AsciitoHex & Hex(AsciiVal)

Next

End Function

thx for helping

james

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