Arm Asm To Hex Converter

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I am trying to figure out how to convert a 32 bit integer into its hex representation. I know that I need to separate the last 4 bits, use a switch case to find which hex character it corresponds to. And then I need to repeat this for each of the 4 bits. I am struggling to find out how to get each of the 4 bits from LSB to MSB. Can anyone help? Thanks!


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Masking and shifting, as suggested in the comments and in your answer, will get you the individual nibbles (half-bytes) that make up the word. But to print the number using putchar or equivalent, you'll need to convert these nibbles to ASCII characters. You don't need a 'switch-case' for this (or rather its equivalent in assembly language, a 'jump table'). You could use a lookup table, given that there will only be 16 entries, or you could conditionally add to the nibble to form a character.

The ASCII digits 0-9 have character codes 48-57. The uppercase letters have character codes starting at 65 for A (the lowercase letters start from 97) and of course 0xA represents the decimal value 10. So you can turn a nibble into a hex string by adding 55 to it if its value is 10 or more, and 48 otherwise. (Equivalently, add 48 unconditionally and add a further 7 to it if the resulting value is 58 or more.)

Note also that shifting right, as you suggest in your answer, will extract digits starting with the least-significant nibble, which is not what you want.

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Arm Asm To Hex Converter

The following is untested and written off the top of my head, so no warranty, but it might set you on the right track:

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