I need to use hex numbers for something but when I assign hex number to something, it prints out as decimal. I do not want that and I do not want to waste my code as re-convertion
$SM = 0xFE;
print $SM, "\n" ;
#it prints out 254
#but of course if I write it like this;
#it prints out 0xFE
I want to use many variables like $SM, so I dont want to write "0x%02X", etc. everywhere. I need direct output in hex, or even better, only hex part like, FE, so what should I do ?
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