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Topic: Binary files format
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Binary files format
Posted: Oct 10, 1996 11:18 AM
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Hi matlab users,

I am working with matlab under a HP workstation, and with a PC too. This is
my problem:
With a C program under DOS I write a data file, de data are 16 bits integers.
When I open this files with matlab for windows 'int16', the data are correct,
but when I open the files with Matlab for HP workstation with the same format
the data are wrong.

for instance

The first data I read in my PC is: 839 ----> 00000011 01000111 (binary)
The first data I read in HP is : 18179 ----> 01000111 00000011 (binary)

The Hight and Low bytes are changed.

Is there any automatic way to solve this problem ?


Thanks in advance.

Marcelino Martinez Sober (e-mail: marcelino.martinez@uv.es)
University of Valencia
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