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Decimal to 2 Hex

 
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     Example File From "JavaScript and DHTML Cookbook"
     Published by O'Reilly & Associates
     Copyright 2003 Danny Goodman
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function dec2Hex(dec) {
    dec = parseInt(dec, 10);
    if (!isNaN(dec)) {
        hexChars = "0123456789ABCDEF";
        if (dec > 255) {
            return "Out of Range";
        }
        var i = dec % 16;
        var j = (dec - i) / 16;
        result = "0x";
        result += hexChars.charAt(j) + hexChars.charAt(i);
        return result;
    } else {
        return NaN;
    }
}



           
         
  










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