It’s Ok. “\t” means the tab character, which is ascii code 9. So your conversion is probably working correctly.

 

From: Greg78 [mailto:gregauvray@hotmail.com]
Sent: Friday, August 13, 2010 5:08 AM
To: jython-users@lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: [Jython-users] convert hex byte string into byte array

 

Hello, I would like to convert a hex byte string into a byte array ; Here is an example : hex byte string : "0109053901101232FFFFFF020A89813009999990000" and I would like to have as a result : "\x01\x09\x05\x39\x01\x10\x12\x32\xFF\xFF\xFF\x02\x0A\x89\x81\x30\x09\x99\x99\x90\x00\" I found some functions but I have problem with some bytes like "09" which is converted into "\t" Thanks in advance for help Greg


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