# Vbscript convert decimal to binary

If the date time, date and time is entered by this way, then it doesn't depend on setting the computer and the date time, date and time will always be in the correct format. The date year, month, day is represented by the whole part of the real number - it is a number of days since The time hour, minute, second is represented by the decimal part of the real number. The value from 0. The value is not considered to be a date but only as time or time range. The following script assigns the value of the date and the time greater by one day and by one minute into the variable MyDateTime on each execution of the script.

It is a special kind of data type that can contain different kinds of information, depending on how it's used. Notes for numeric data types Byte , Integer and Long: Entering the values with hexadecimal constant: It is possible to enter a number into the variable in decimal figure, for example: Notes for Boolean data type: Notes for Date data type: See also VBScript date and time functions and Pm date and time methods.

Send page remark Contact responsible person. Integer value 4 bytes in the range: Real value 4 bytes with the precision 7 digits in the range: Binary implementation format is according to standard IEEE bit.

Real value 8 bytes with the precision 15 digits in the range: The tech resource your business needs. The results are in! Meet the top members of our Expert Awards.

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Thanks for your help so far.. And here is a method to do just that it uses 'strHex' defined above: Hi, thanks for your posts. Okay, I'm almost there. I am using the following code: But it makes me feel secure: Vb will give an Error when it reaches above the Integer limit With that exponent.

Everytime it makes it, it adds To the exponent, eventually making it to the max number of bits that can be in the number string.

However, the code above gives the following output, which misses out the leading 0's of the binary as shown. Ok, I see it now. I had left clipzeros set to true when converting the decimal to binary. Also, I set the MaxBit count at 8 instead of 20 which gave me the desired output of: Looking through the VB nightmare, this borked statement caught my eye: Not sure if this has any impact on your results, but you might want to go backwards from binary to ASCII to verfy they are the same?

Hi, Badotz, the line meant to read "Dim myHexidecimalArray 14 'Fixed size array as there is only 15 hex number max" and it was just to show that I would only be dealing with 15 hexidecimal values in my scenario and not refering to the actual number of hex characters available. Sorry, I should have made my commenting clearer: I have not done any of this before with asp so I need all the help I can get. Okay, I'm trying somehing else to bypass the need for the DEC conversion now.

Thanks, I want to try and avoid passing variables between asp and javascript if possible. Or is it easy enough? I have removed the need to convert to Decimal by using the following Hexidecimal to Binary function that can be found at http: Add "0", "" values. Add "1", "" values. Add "2", "" values. Add "3", "" values. Add "4", "" values.