Convert stored integer value of fi object to built-in double value
d = storedIntegerToDouble(f)
d = storedIntegerToDouble(f) converts the stored integer value of fi object, f, to a double-precision floating-point value, d.
If the input word length is greater than 52 bits, a quantization error may occur. INF is returned if the stored integer value of the input fi object is outside the representable range of built-in double values.
Convert the stored integer of a fi value to a double-precision value. Use the class function to verify that the stored integer is a double-precision value.
f = fi(pi,1,16,12); d = storedIntegerToDouble(f); dtype = class(d)