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inttype

type integers used in integer data types

Syntax

[i] = inttype(x)

Arguments

x

a matrix of integers (see int8,...).

i

an integer.

Description

inttype(x) returns an integer i which is the type of the entries of x as following:

1 : one byte integer representation;

2 : two bytes integer representation;

4 : four bytes integer representation;

8 : eight bytes integer representation;

11 : one byte unsigned integer representation;

12 : two bytes unsigned integer representation;

14 : four bytes unsigned integer representation;

18 : eight bytes unsigned integer representation.

If type of x is double then i is 0.

Examples

x=uint16(1:10);
inttype(x)

See also

  • double — converts inttype integers or booleans into decimal encoding
  • iconvert — conversion to 1 to 8 byte integer representation
  • int8 — conversion to one byte integer representation
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