Function L2bin() Foundation
Converts a numeric value to 32 bit integer.
L2bin( <nInteger> ) --> cBinary
The return value of L2bin() is a character string with four characters containing the numeric value as a 32 bit integer.
L2bin() converts numeric values in the range of -2147483648 to +2147483647 to binary representation. The function returns a character string with four characters. L2bin() ignores decimal places and only converts integers. The counterpart of L2bin() is Bin2l().
L2Bin() is frequently used in connection with the low level file functions. This is sometimes done to allow definition of special or unique file formats or to provide data compression for integer values.
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