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I want to return hex values like the below

// define the media modes
#define TAPIMEDIATYPE_AUDIO                     0x8
#define TAPIMEDIATYPE_VIDEO                     0x8000
#define TAPIMEDIATYPE_DATAMODEM                 0x10
#define TAPIMEDIATYPE_G3FAX                     0x20
#define TAPIMEDIATYPE_MULTITRACK                0x10000


I want to return one or more than one values from a function like

return TAPIMEDIATYPE_AUDIO| TAPIMEDIATYPE_VIDEO ;


What should be the return type ??

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Thanks All,

I put the return type UINT.

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Updated 9-Jul-10 4:56am
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Hex values don't exist. What you have is an integer which is represented as string in hexadecimal format. So, in your case you simply return an integer.
 
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Iain Clarke, Warrior Programmer 9-Jul-10 9:52am    
Reason for my vote of 5
Answers the question, and attempts to educate the questioner also
A DWORD (or unsigned int) looks appropriate.
:)
 
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use unsigned char
     unsigned char l = 0x08;
     but if value is more than 255 then split it into 2 bytes 
 
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