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The EXPL editor has several commands used to display or insert values:
BA – Inserts the Variable as an ASCII character
BD – Inserts the Variable as a decimal number
BH – Inserts the Variable as a hex number
BS – Shows the value of the Variable on the Expression Output line in hex
BN – Shows the value of the Variable on the Expression Output line in decimal
Three of these commands insert values into the edit buffer. As you will see in the examples that follow, this is useful for creating a series of numbers in your text. The “BS” and “BN” commands are useful for debugging command strings. They also can be used to display the ASCII value of any character in your text.