Technical FAQs

Ask a Question

What is the difference between the BOOL and EBOOL datatype.

There are two types of Boolean. These are:

1) BOOL type, which contains only the value FALSE (=0) or TRUE (=1)

2) EBOOL type, which contains the value FALSE (=0) or TRUE (=1) but also information
concerning the management of falling or rising edges and forcing

BOOL consumes single bit whereas EBOOL consumes one byte.
Was this helpful?
What can we do to improve the information ?