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uint8, uint16, uint32, uint64

Convert symbolic matrix to unsigned integers

Syntax

uint8(S)
uint16(S)
uint32(S)
uint64(S)

Description

uint8(S) converts a symbolic matrix S to a matrix of unsigned 8-bit integers.

uint16(S) converts S to a matrix of unsigned 16-bit integers.

uint32(S) converts S to a matrix of unsigned 32-bit integers.

uint64(S) converts S to a matrix of unsigned 64-bit integers.

    Note   The output of uint8, uint16, uint32, and uint64 does not have type symbolic.

The following table summarizes the output of these four functions.

Function

Output Range

Output Type

Bytes per Element

Output Class

uint8

0 to 255

Unsigned 8-bit integer

1

uint8

uint16

0 to 65,535

Unsigned 16-bit integer

2

uint16

uint32

0 to 4,294,967,295

Unsigned 32-bit integer

4

uint32

uint64

0 to 18,446,744,073,709, 551,615

Unsigned 64-bit integer

8

uint64

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