|Bit Indexed, Read/Write
Gets/sets a single bit in the buffer. An error will occur if the index is
out of range.
object.Bit(index,bit[, bytes]) = value
variable = object.Bit(index,bit[, bytes])
index - numeric index of a byte in the memory buffer.
bit - bit number
bytes - default is 1 (one byte). Specifies the size of the unit in
which you want the bit number to be calculated. This allows for
example the 12 bit of a 32 bit value to be inspected: b =
The returned/set value is Boolean - True the bit is set, False the
bit is not set.
This property allows you to access single bits as Boolean values directly in
the buffer. The number of the bit in the unit specified (see the bytes
parameter) is calculated according to the ByteOrder specified. E.g.
if the buffer is assumed big endian bit 0 will be the 0 bit of the
last byte of the unit, if the buffer is assumed little endian the
bit 0 will be the bit 0 in the first byte in the unit.
This method provides more convenient way to deal with flags when
working with data containing bit fields of different sizes.
Applies to: SFBinaryData
See also: ByteOrder property.
Windows 95/NT and later
Windows CE 3.0 and later
Pocket PC/Windows Mobile 2003 and later
Windows CE.NET 4 and later