Converts a number between 0 and 65,536 to its hexadecimal equivalent. The number of hexadecimal output to the string will have its leading zeroes stripped so inputting 15 will result in “F” and 16 will result in “10”. Set autooverride to 1 to output all leading zeroes, which may be useful for routines that require four hex digits at all times but cannot spend the memory/time whipping up a BASIC solution to fill the missing zeroes.
Technical Details #
Returns up to four digits of hexadecimal in a string.