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### vba check if specific bits set in integer

By Excel Hero on Feb 06, 2021
``````'Fast VBA function to test if specific bits are set
'within a 16-bit Integer. If ALL specified bits are set then
'this function returns True. If ANY of the specified bits are
'not set then this function returns False.

'Bits are numbered from 0 to 15, so the first (least significant) bit
'is bit 0.

'Note: bits can be specified in any order.
'Note: any number of bits can be specified in one call.

Function IntegerBitsAreSet(theInteger%, ParamArray bits()) As Boolean
Static i&, b%()
If UBound(bits) = -1 Then Exit Function
If (Not Not b) = 0 Then
ReDim b(0 To 14)
For i = 0 To 14
b(i) = 2 ^ i
Next
End If
For i = 0 To UBound(bits)
If bits(i) < 0 Then Exit Function
If bits(i) > 14 Then Exit Function
If (theInteger And b(Int(bits(i)))) = 0 Then Exit Function
Next
IntegerBitsAreSet = True
End Function

'----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
MsgBox IntegerBitsAreSet(255, 7)           '<--displays: True     255 = 00000000 11111111
MsgBox IntegerBitsAreSet(230, 0)           '<--displays: False    230 = 00000000 11100110
MsgBox IntegerBitsAreSet(85, 0, 2, 6, 4)   '<--displays: True      85 = 00000000 01010101
MsgBox IntegerBitsAreSet(85, 0, 2, 5, 4)   '<--displays: False     85 = 00000000 01010101
MsgBox IntegerBitsAreSet(485, 2, 7, 5)     '<--displays: True     485 = 00000001 11100101
MsgBox IntegerBitsAreSet(24585, 14, 13, 3) '<--displays: True   24585 = 01100000 00001001
'
'
'

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