<< intmin integers type uint32 >>

uint16


Converts to 16-bit unsigned integer.


Syntax


Y = uint16(X)

Input argument


X

a matrix of double, single or integers.

Output argument


Y

a matrix of 16-bit unsigned integer.

Description


uint16 converts value to 16-bit unsigned integer type.

The value is rounded to the nearest uint16 value on conversion. A value that is above or below the range for an uint16 class is mapped to one of the endpoints of the range [0, 65535].

Example


A = [1 -32769 -120 127 32767 32768]
B = uint16(A)

See also


intmax, intmin.

History


Version Description
1.0.0 initial version

Author


Allan CORNET

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