The BOOLEAN-OF-INTEGER function returns a boolean item of usage bit representing the binary value of argument-1. Argument-2
specifies the length of the boolean data item that is returned.
The function type is boolean.
The returned value is a boolean item of usage bit that has the same bit configuration as the binary representation of the
value of argument-1, where the rightmost boolean position is the low-order binary digit. The boolean value is zero-filled
or truncated on the left, if necessary, in order to return a boolean item whose length is specified by argument-2 in terms
of boolean positions.
FUNCTION BOOLEAN-OF-INTEGER (argument-1 argument-2)
- Argument-1 must be a positive integer.
- Argument-2 must be a positive nonzero integer.
- Argument-2 must be a numeric constant when the function is used
- in an expression with B-NOT
- as part of a boolean expression which is used as an argument in INTEGER-OF-BOOLEAN