This function is used by Ignition's Expression language.


This function, whose name stands for "binary encoder", takes a list of booleans and treats them like the bits in a binary number. It returns an integer representing the decimal value of the number. The digits go from least significant to most significant.

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This function now enforces up to 64 max arguments. Note that 32 arguments or fewer will return an Integer and 33 arguments to 64 arguments will return a Long. More than 64 arguments will return an error.


binEnc(value, [value, ...])

  • Parameters

Boolean value - A value that represents a bit. Can be either 0 or 1. Can be up to 64 arguments.

  • Results

Integer or Long - The integer representation of the binary value entered. 

Code Snippet
binEnc(0,0,1,0) //Returns 4 (the value of 0100).
Code Snippet
binEnc(true,0,1,1,0) //Returns 13 (the value of 01101).
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