Encodes the binary data represented by this XPRIM_Binary into a hex string (hex encoding). A hex string is a sequence of two-digit hex numbers. Each hex number represents a byte.
For example, hex string "0AFF" represents two bytes, the first being 10 (0A) and the second 255 (FF).
The hex representation of the binary data. The letter digits are in lowercase (a, b, c, d, e, f).
Read the content of a file as a hex string.
Define_Com Class(#XPRIM_Binary) Name(#File)
. . .
#HEX_STR := #File.AsHexString