bitget function is not invoking output bits in a vector

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k=k+1; %% k is counter and its chainging even more than (length(A))
for t = 1:1:length(A) %% A is a vector contains 8 elements
recovered_bits(1,k)= bitget(A(1,t),1); % extract LSB of each element in array and put them (LSB) in recovered_bits vector
k=k+1;
end
%% Output ----> recovered_bits = [] knowing that i trying to preallocate the vector previously

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madhan ravi
madhan ravi on 26 Nov 2018
Edited: madhan ravi on 26 Nov 2018
You don't need a counter for this case , please pre-allocate before loop!
recovered_bits=cell(1,length(A)); %proper pre-allocation
for t = 1:length(A)
recovered_bits{t}= bitget(A(1,t),1);
end
[recovered_bits{:}]
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madhan ravi
madhan ravi on 26 Nov 2018
Anytime :), see Steven Lords answer which is the efficient way to do what you are doing

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Steven Lord
Steven Lord on 26 Nov 2018
Why loop?
r = randi([0 intmax('int8')], 8, 1, 'int8');
recovered_bits = bitget(r, 1);
result = [r, recovered_bits, mod(r, 2)]
The second and third columns of result should be the same.
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Anmar Mohammed
Anmar Mohammed on 26 Nov 2018
hi, am working on image steganography.. i used loop because i needed the first LSB or i may need the second or the third LSBs.. the output depend on other parameters with entire recieved image.. your code is intersting i tried to have the fist 3 LSBs using your modified code but an error ocured concerning input size, any suggestions are much preciated, thanks in advance.
r = randi([0 intmax('uint8')], 8, 1, 'uint8');
recovered_bits = bitget(r, 1:3,'uint8');
result = [r, recovered_bits]
Error using bitget
Inputs must have the same size.

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KALYAN ACHARJYA
KALYAN ACHARJYA on 26 Nov 2018
Edited: KALYAN ACHARJYA on 26 Nov 2018
Initiallize k=1, otherwise K is not defined
k=1; %% k is counter and its chainging even more than (length(A))
for t = 1:1:length(A) %% A is a vector contains 8 elements
recovered_bits(1,k)= bitget(A(1,t),1); % extract LSB of each element in array and put them (LSB) in recovered_bits vector
k=k+1;
end
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Anmar Mohammed
Anmar Mohammed on 26 Nov 2018
Oh.. am sorry it's already initialized and its K=1 not K=k+1 as wrote above, my bad.

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