bitor — OR applied to binary representation of input arguments

[z]=bitor(x,y)

- x
scalar/vector/matrix of positives integers

- y
scalar/vector/matrix of positives integers

- z
scalar/vector/matrix of positives integers

Given `x`

and `y`

two positives
integers, this function returns `z`

the decimal number
whose the binary form is the OR of the binary representations of
`x`

and `y`

(`x`

,
`y`

and `z`

have the same size). If
dimension of `x`

is superior than 1 then
`z(i)`

is equal to
`bitor(x(i),y(i)).`

// example 1 : // '110000' : is the binary representation of 48 // '100101' : is the binary representation of 37 // '110101' : is the binary representation for the OR applied to the binary forms 48 and 37 // so the decimal number corresponding to the OR applied to binary forms 48 and 37 is : 53 x=48; y=37 z=bitor(x,y) // example 2 : x=[12,45]; y=[25,49] z=bitor(x,y)