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Data type conversion for mod operation result.

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Dharani T
Dharani T on 25 Jun 2015
Commented: Dharani T on 27 Jun 2015
Hi, I am working with Matlab 2010b. I need to change the default datatype[double] in mod operation to uint8/unit16...?? Could you please guide me...

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Purushottama Rao
Purushottama Rao on 25 Jun 2015
will generate c as 16 bit integer class
will generate c as 8 bit integer class
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Dharani T
Dharani T on 27 Jun 2015
Thanks for the info... I will try with the option you have mentioned..

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 25 Jun 2015
If one input has an integer data type, then the other input must be of the same integer data type or be a scalar double.
When you do use an integer datatype for either parameter, the output will be in that datatype.
If you want mod() to return a different datatype than double then you need to input your parameters as that datatype. Otherwise you need to convert afterwards as shown by Purushottama Rao


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