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Thanks for the help but when I run the code, it cannot calculate addition of members of @message

Argument "\0^I^A\0\0^H^A\0^A\0^X\0\0aM-^?^E\0 \0\0\0\0^A\0M-^?\0M-^D.. +." isn't numeric in addition (+) at line 32. Wide character in print at line 37. þ1ý

To be able to run it, I fixed some errors

#!/usr/bin/perl use warnings; use strict; use IO::Socket; my $SM = "\xfe"; my $ADRDSTN= "\x00\x09\x01\x00"; my $ADRSRC= "\x00\x08\x01\x00"; my $MID= "\x01"; my $MDLH= "\x00"; my $MDLL= "\x18"; my $SUBMID= "\x00"; my $CHreq= "\x00\x61"; my $Pity= "\xFF\x05"; my $Flags= "\x00\x20"; my $Timeout= "\x00\x00"; my $Level= "\x00\x00"; my $NumOfSrcEl= "\x01"; my $SrcEl= "\x00\xFF\x00\x84\x10\x00"; my $NumOfDstnEl= "\x01"; my $DstnEl= "\x08\x10\x00\x01\x01"; my $Rsvd= "\x00"; my @message= $ADRDSTN . $ADRSRC . $MID .$MDLH . $MDLL . $SUBMID . $CHreq . $Pity .$Flags . $Timeout . $Level . $NumOfSrcEl . $SrcEl . $NumOfDstnEl . $DstnEl . $Rsvd; my $EM= "\xfd"; my $count=0; $count += $message[$_] for 0..@message-1 ; $count = 256 - ($count % 256); my $CHECKSUM= chr( $count ); my @VPAP= $SM . @message . $CHECKSUM . $EM; print @VPAP,"\n";

In reply to Re^3: I need Hex conversion, not! by Anonymous Monk
in thread I need Hex conversion, not! by Anonymous Monk

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