If you mean "WEP" WiFi encryption keys, 64-bit WEP uses a key of 5 ASCII or 10 Hex characters, 128-bit WEP uses 13 ASCII or 26 Hex characters, but there is no alphanumeric equivalent as such if a Hex key has been used.
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