* Hexadecimal to Decimal: [Henri at] hleboeuf@generation.net
Sub Form_Load ()
Dim x # as

String
Dim y # as

Variant
x = "fffe"
y = CLng("&H" & x)
If y < 0 Then y = y + 65536 ' returns 65534
MsgBox y
End Sub
* Converting a string to an integer: Cal Stover
Dim SomeVariable # as

Integer
SomeVariable = CInt(Label2.Caption) + 100
Dim SomeVariable # as

Single
SomeVariable = CSng(Val(Label2.Caption) + 100)
* convert a number in Hexadecimal to Binary -chris
A very fast conversion from hex to binary can be done with a sixteen
element look-up table - a single hex digit converts to four binary
digits. So:
Function Hex2Bin$(HexValue$)
CONST BinTbl ="0000000100100011010001010110011110001001101010111100110111101111"
# dim

X, Work$
Work$ = ""
For X = 1 to Len(HexValue$)
Work$ = Work$ + Mid$(BinTbl, (Val("&h" + Mid$(HexValue$, X, 1) - 1) * 4 + 1, 4)
Next
Hex2Bin$ = Work$
End Function
You could also code BinTbl # as

an array which would eliminate one of the
Mid$() calls, but then the array would either have to be built ahead of
time or built every time you called the Hex2Bin function. You could try
all three options and see which is faster.

*Return*