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bin2dec

convert from binary to decimal

Syntax

y=bin2dec(str)

Arguments

str

a matrix of strings containing only characters '1' and '0'

y

a matrix of doubles, positive integer values

Description

Given str a binary string, this function returns y the decimal number whose the binary representation is given by str ( y and str have the same size).

Examples

// example 1 :
// '1010110' : is the binary representation of 86
str='1010110';
y=bin2dec(str)

// example 2 :
// '1011011' : is the binary representation of 91
// '1010010' : is the binary representation of 82
str=['1011011'; '1010010']
y=bin2dec(str)

See also

  • base2dec — convert from base b to decimal
  • oct2dec — convert from octal to decimal
  • hex2dec — convert from hexadecimal to decimal
  • dec2bin — convert from decimal to binary
  • bitstring — A string giving the literal bit representation of a number
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