Convert text bits to 32 bit integers
is a C++ program which
converts a text file of
'0' and '1' characters to a binary file of 32 bit integers.
bits_to_ui input_file output_file
processes input_file, a text file containing only the
characters '0' and '1', and creates output_file,
in binary format, containing
the 32-bit integers created by grouping together 32 successive
"bits" from the input file. The bits are read from left to
right, in a sense, so a file whose first 32 characters are
"11010000000000000000000000000000" will result in the first
integer being 11.
The computer code and data files described and made available on this web page
are distributed under
the GNU LGPL license.
BITS_TO_UI is available in
a C++ version.
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Examples and Tests:
a list of bits created by a cellular automaton called "rule 30",
from a program written by Kevin Mcleod and Patrick Neary;
the binary file created by the program.
List of Routines:
MAIN gets the names of the files from the user.
HANDLE processes a given input file to an output file.
TIMESTAMP prints the current YMDHMS date as a time stamp.
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the C++ source codes.
Last revised on 05 January 2006.