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I'm newly started to Consturct2 and I need to typecast an ascii value to letter.For example 65-->A ,I cant find the solution so I need typecasting but I dont know how to do?
Bad topic bro -,- this is construct classic topic....
You could use a dictionary object and make a conversion table. Instead of adding each key,value pair individually I would do it all at once with the "load" action of the dictionary object to load a JSON string.
Thanks you very much R0J0hound, I learned many new things , thanks . .
I have the opposite problem in Construct Classic. I have to convert one-character strings to their ASCII values; 0 -> 48, A -> 65. How could I do this without having to create dozens of comparation events?
First you would place all the characters in a string, in order to the number you wish to compare, then use GetToken(String, Index, Separator) in a loop.
So basically GetToken(yourString, loopindex, ",")
What if the characters are not separated by anything like "ZXCQWER00001000000959599595995959959590000000ASD" or "1013600163194740998124450345017503431720620090004510408"?
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Got it! Used a hash table!