MKI$

Syntax MKI$ (integer%) where integer% = -32768..32767
Location BTool

The function MKI$ returns a string containing the internal representation of an integer number (which is stored as two bytes).

Example

MKI$(11111)

Would return the string “+g”, because:

CODE("+")*256 + CODE("g")

Equals 11111.

CROSS-REFERENCE

CVI% is the opposite function. MKF$, MKL$, MKS$