[String->Digit] returns the integer value of a specified character for a specified radix or -1 if the character is not defined for the specified radix. The character within the base string to be inspected is specified starting from 1 for the first character in the string. A radix of 16 can be used to return the value of a hexadecimal digit (0-9 and A-F). A radix of 8 can be used to return the value of an octal digit (0-7). A radix of 2 can be used to return the value of a binary digit (0-1).
Use the [String->Digit] method. The following example returns the value of the fourth character in hexadecimal base 16. The result for C in base 16 is 12.
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