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Owning Palette: Data Manipulation Functions
Requires: Base Development System
Swaps the high-order 8 bits and the low-order 8 bits for every word in data.
If you want to byte-swap floating-point or fixed-point numbers, use the Type Cast function to cast the value to a 1D array of bytes by wiring an array of numeric controls to the type input and the floating-point or fixed-point numbers to the x input. Then use the Reverse 1D Array function to convert the array to a floating-point number with the elements reversed. The connector pane displays the default data types for this polymorphic function.
|data is an integer, an array of integers, or a cluster containing integers that you want to byte swap. If data is a cluster that contains integers, this function swaps only the integer elements of the cluster. Neither refnums or variants are valid inputs. Both will break the input wire.|
|byte swapped is of the same data type and structure as data.|