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isequalbitwise

bitwise comparison of variables

Calling Sequence

t=isequalbitwise(a,b)
t=isequalbitwise(a,b,..)

Arguments

a, b , ...

variables of any types

t

boolean

Description

isequalbitwise compares its arguments. If all of them are equals function returns %t and in the other case it returns %f.

When comparing list's, structures,... the comparison is made recursively, the order of the fields matters.

floating point data are compared bitwise, i.e. NaN values are not equal, double(1) and int32(1) are not equal. See isequal for IEEE comparisons.

Examples

a=list(1:5,%s+1,'ABCDEFG');
isequalbitwise(a,a)

See Also

<< isequal Elementary Functions isreal >>

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