# Difference between revisions of "BitOnInteger and BitOrInteger (Float functions)"

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<tr><th>float</th><td>One of the integers to be ORed.</td></tr> | <tr><th>float</th><td>One of the integers to be ORed.</td></tr> | ||

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+ | <tr><th>onBits</th><td>The other integer to be ORed.</td></tr> | ||

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## Revision as of 20:15, 1 November 2012

Bitwise Or of integers (Float class)

[Introduced in `Sirius Mods` 7.9]

These intrinsic functions perform a logical OR of the bits of two integers, that is, output bits are "on" if they are "on" in either of the inputs.

## Syntax

%result = float:BitOnInteger( onBits)

%result = float:BitOrInteger( orBits)

### Syntax terms

%result | A variable to receive the result of ORing together the bits of float and orBits. |
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float | One of the integers to be ORed. |

onBits | The other integer to be ORed. |

onBits | The other integer to be ORed. |

## Usage notes

- The
`BitOrInteger`function is available as of`Sirius Mods`Version 7.9

## Examples

- The following statement rounds an integer up to the nearest odd integer:
%y = %x:bitOnInteger(1)