% -*- texinfo -*- % @deftypefn {Function File} {@var{b} = } de2bi (@var{d}) % @deftypefnx {Function File} {@var{b} = } de2bi (@var{d},@var{n}) % @deftypefnx {Function File} {@var{b} = } de2bi (@var{d},@var{n},@var{p}) % @deftypefnx {Function File} {@var{b} = } de2bi (@var{d},@var{n},@var{p},@var{f}) % % Convert a non-negative integer to bit vector. % % The variable @var{d} must be a vector of non-negative integers. @dfn{de2bi} % then returns a matrix where each row represents the binary representation % of elements of @var{d}. If @var{n} is defined then the returned matrix % will have @var{n} columns. This number of columns can be either larger % than the minimum needed and zeros will be added to the msb of the % binary representation or smaller than the minimum in which case the % least-significant part of the element is returned. % % If @var{p} is defined then it is used as the base for the decomposition % of the returned values. That is the elements of the returned value are % between '0' and 'p-1'. % % The variable @var{f} defines whether the first or last element of @var{b} % is considered to be the most-significant. Valid values of @var{f} are % 'right-msb' or 'left-msb'. By default @var{f} is 'right-msb'. % @end deftypefn % @seealso{bi2de}

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