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Scilab help >> Functions > bytecode

bytecode

given a function returns the "bytecode" of a function in a Scilab array and conversely.

Calling Sequence

x = bytecode(f)
f= bytecode(X)

Arguments

f

A scilab function.

x

an int32 row vector

Description

x = bytecode(f) returns the "bytecode" of the function f in the Scilab integer array x.

f = bytecode(x) returns in f the function associated with the "bytecode" given in the Scilab integer array x. Warning the validity of x is not checked.

Remark

The bytecode of Scilab function will evolve drastically in the future, So the use of this function should be restricted to the profiling instruction handling.

Examples

function a=foo(),a=sin(3),endfunction
bytecode(foo)

See Also

  • add_profiling — Adds profiling instructions to a function.
  • bytecodewalk — walk in function bytecode applying transformation.
  • macr2lst — function to list conversion
  • macr2tree — function to tree conversion

Authors

  • Serge Steer, INRIA
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Last updated:
Thu May 12 11:44:29 CEST 2011