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LOBYTE info

The LOBYTE macro retrieves the low-order byte from the given 16-bit value.

BYTE LOBYTE(

    WORD wValue

// value from which low-order byte is retrieved

   );

Parameters

wValue
Specifies the value to be converted.

Return Values

The return value is the low-order byte of the specified value.

Remarks

The LOBYTE macro is defined as follows:

#define LOBYTE(w)   ((BYTE) (w)) 

 

See Also

HIBYTE, LOWORD 

See also:


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