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Re: writing integer with fwrite

From: David Bateman
Subject: Re: writing integer with fwrite
Date: Tue, 14 Dec 2004 15:20:29 +0100
User-agent: Mutt/1.4.1i

According to address@hidden <address@hidden> (on 12/14/04):
> Hello and thanks for the quick answer,
> But it doesn't solve the problem.
> The statement:
> cnt=fwrite(fid, bytes,'uint32')
> Returns cnt=2, so it uses two uint32 values to store the one variable,
> in Matlab it returns cnt=1, converting the value bytes to a
> 32bit-Integer before writing. I need it to store as a 4byte value when
> using uint32.
> Any ideas?
> I am using the precompiled windows version 2.150 from sourceforge.
> Is this perhaps a known bug?

Use the uint32 from the latest versions of octave (2.1.64 for example)
and cast as uint32 before calling fwrite

cnt=fwrite(fid, uint32(bytes), 'uint32')


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