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# minlog

Log minimums

## Syntax

```y = minlog(a) y = minlog(q) ```

## Description

`y = minlog(a)` returns the smallest real-world value of `fi` object `a` since logging was turned on or since the last time the log was reset for the object.

Turn on logging by setting the `fipref` object `LoggingMode` property to `on`. Reset logging for a `fi` object using the `resetlog` function.

`y = minlog(q)` is the minimum value after quantization during a call to `quantize(q,...)` for `quantizer` object `q`. This value is the minimum value encountered over successive calls to `quantize` since logging was turned on, and is reset with `resetlog(q)`. `minlog(q)` is equivalent to `get(q,'minlog')` and `q.minlog`.

## Examples

### Example 1: Using minlog with fi objects

```P = fipref('LoggingMode','on'); a = fi([-1.5 eps 0.5], true, 16, 15); a(1) = 3.0; minlog(a) ans = -1 ```

The smallest value `minlog` can return is the minimum representable value of its input. In this example, `a` is a signed `fi` object with word length `16`, fraction length `15` and range:

-1 ≤ x ≤ 1 – 2-15

You can obtain the numerical range of any `fi` object `a` using the `range` function:

```format long g r = range(a) r = -1 0.999969482421875```

### Example 2: Using minlog with quantizer objects

```q = quantizer; warning on x = [-20:10]; y = quantize(q,x); minlog(q) Warning: 29 overflows. > In embedded.quantizer.quantize at 74 ans = -1```

The smallest value `minlog` can return is the minimum representable value of its input. You can obtain the range of `x` after quantization using the `range` function:

```format long g r = range(q) r = -1 0.999969482421875```