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I don't know about X5, but the compiler doesn't care if the numbers are hex or decimal. You can use either in your map file. I always use decimal because that is what my debugging tools (RoboHelp's BugHunter and Help Workshop) report, but the help will still work if the numbers are in hex.
Thanks for your response. These are a few map IDs/map numbers and how they appear in one of the map files given to me by a programmer:
I wonder, according to what's stated in the Help for RoboHelp, if the map ID should appear like this before I import the map file into a project:
#define HID_SELECTION 0x10005
#define HID_SELECTION 65541
Does the "#define" have to be in front of the map ID and map number before the import takes place?
Yes, you need the "#define" in the header file, but you can use either the hex or the decimal format. As long as they are the same number, of course, as they are in your example.