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bool2s

convert boolean matrix to a zero one matrix.

Syntax

bool2s(x)

Arguments

x

a boolean vector or a boolean matrix or a constant matrix

Description

If x is a boolean matrix, bool2s(x) returns the matrix where "true" values are replaced by 1 and "false" value by 0.

If x is a "standard" matrix, bool2s(x) returns the matrix where non-zero values are replaced by 1.

Examples

bool2s([%t %t %f %t])
bool2s([2.3 0 10 -1])

See also

  • boolean — Scilab Objects, boolean variables and operators & | ~
  • find — gives the indices of %T or non-zero elements
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