Printing a hex character and prefixing it correctly

xamalek at xamalek at
Fri May 15 12:15:54 EDT 2009

If I have an integer k, for instance;

k = 32 // BASE 10

How do I get print to print it out in HEX and PREFIXED with 0x? What
is the PROPER WAY?

This does not work:

  print "This is hex 32: ", int(k, 16)


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