How to get two 16-bit numbers from a 32bit number

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HI
I have 32-bit variable.
I would like to split this into two 16-bit numbers, How can i do this?

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James Tursa
James Tursa on 16 Aug 2022
Edited: James Tursa on 16 Aug 2022
E.g., to split a uint32 into two uint16 you can use typecast( ):
result = typecast(your_variable,'uint16')
This result will contain the original bit pattern of the input variable.
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James Tursa
James Tursa on 16 Aug 2022
Yes. typecast( ) simply re-interprets all of the 32-bit patterns as 16-bit patterns as they appear in memory. So an array input will result in an array output with twice as many elements. Is this not what you want? If you want something different you will have to give a short example of input and desired output.

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