StringFormat - method of the Pm object

Writing an array of values into a text string according to the formatting rule.
This method is obsolete (but functional) and it is better to use the PmFormat.Format method.
String StringFormat(String sFormat, Variant vParams)
sFormat(String) Formatting rule written in the C language convention. See C language formatting rule.
vParams(Variant) The parameter can be:
- Elementar data type (Integer, Double, String) if the sFormat contains single value format, or
- Array of values if the sFormat contains multi value format.
This method is functional also in Macro expression $.expr and in the onDraw event of the PmgCanvas object.
This method is also functional in Web panels.
HexaString (a text string in hexadecimal) can be used in two ways:
1) Display numbers in hexadecimal, where the higher orders are on the left. It corresponds to the storage in memory of Big-endian. This is the conversion of a number value into a text string (and vice versa) using a formatting string. To use HexaString in this way, it is recommended to use the PmFormat object.
2) Encoding the contents of a memory section of a certain size (e.g. 1B, 2B, 4B, ...) in hexadecimal. Then it depends on how the number is stored in memory. On Intel and AMD processors (x86 or x64 architecture), the so-called Little-endian is used, where the lower orders are on the left. To use HexaString in this way, it is recommended to use the PmBuffer object, which can handle both Little-endian and Big-endian.
See also:
Formatting a single value of the Integer type for hexadecimal view
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var nVal = 1024;
var sVal = Pm.StringFormat("%05x", nVal);
Formatting multiple values simultaneously
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var n1 = 11.2;
var n2 = 1002.4;
var aData = Pm.Array1(n1, n2);
var sVal = Pm.StringFormat("Temperature=%3.2f, Pressure=%5.1f", aData);
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