split number into bit multiples
Split(number, sbits, options)
(optional) positive integer number of bits to split on
The Split command breaks the input number into a list of sbits bit length (default is 1) numbers, least significant bits first.
Put simply, the Split command converts a number into a list of the base 2^sbits digits.
The most common usage of this command would be for conversion of a number into its base-2 digits, but it could also be used, for example, to convert a number to octal or hex (see convert/octal or convert/hex).
The String command is closely related, but the output for that command is a string.
The option bits=n tells Split how many bits to consider in the split. Any bits in a higher position are simply ignored.
The number of bits can also be set via Settings.
The reverse operation, converting the digits to a number, is accomplished using the Join command.
Convert to binary
Convert to octal
Convert first 6 bits to octal
Convert first 32 bits to hex
To bits, then back to a number
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