hex()

Published May 26, 2023Updated Oct 13, 2023
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The hex() function converts an integer number to a hexadecimal string with the prefix 0x.

Syntax

hex(integer)

The value integer is the value the hex() function will convert to a hexadecimal string.

Codebyte Example

In the code below the hex() function is used to convert a list arr of integers to hexadecimal.

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