Description: |
Sets one bit to 1. | ||

Class: | Elemental function; Generic | ||

Arguments: |
I | Must be of type integer. | |

POS | Must be of type integer. It must not be
negative and it must be less than BIT_SIZE (I).
The rightmost (least significant) bit of I is in position 0. | ||

Results: | The
result type is the same as I. The result has the value of the
sequence of bits of I, except that bit POS of I is set to 1.
For more information on bit functions, see Section 9.2.3. The model for the interpretation of an integer value as a sequence of bits is shown in Section D.3. |

Specific Name | Argument Type | Result Type |
---|---|---|

INTEGER(1) | INTEGER(1) | |

IIBSET | INTEGER(2) | INTEGER(2) |

JIBSET | INTEGER(4) | INTEGER(4) |

KIBSET | INTEGER(8) | INTEGER(8) |

**Examples**

IBSET (8, 1) has the value 10.

If V has the value (1, 2, 3, 4), the value of IBSET (POS = V, I = 2) is (2, 6, 10, 18).

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