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Nowadays I facing USB issues. USB does not recognize any file. USB some time very slow working. it not working properly. Sometimes I face you are USB driver not install on your devices the same message again and again. But I contact Apple AirPort Phone Number I am facing this type of USB problems.
If a System Bit doesn't have a descriptor on it or listed in the Help then it is one of the Mysteries of Unitronics. We honestly don't know what a lot of them do.
Send an email to email@example.com with your request and let us field commandos know what you find.
I gave up on the Decimal formats in the Protocol block long ago. They're just not consistent in their behavior, as you've seen.
I catch the whole string in a Stream variable and then use the String functions to find locators such as your "kPaa" string. Once you find a pointer to that location you can search backwards for the space, which will give you your numeric string length. Then extract the numeric string to their own MIs and convert them to a number using the ASCII=>NUM function, which works quite well.
This sounds more complicated than it is. The nice thing is you can examine the output of your string manipulation code at each step. I have found it to be way more reliable.