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double

conversion from integer to double precision representation

Calling Sequence

y=double(X)
y=int16(X)
y=int32(X)
y=uint8(X)
y=uint16(X)
y=uint32(X)

Arguments

X

matrix of floats or integers

y

matrix of floats

Description

converts data stored using one, two or four bytes integers into double precision floating point representation. If X entries are already double precision floats, nothing is done.

Examples

x=int8([0 12 140])
double(x)

See Also

  • int8 — conversion to one byte integer representation
  • inttype — type integers used in integer data types
  • type — Returns the type of a variable
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