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TIpProperty.ByteArray Property

Represents the 32-bit IP address as boolean flags.

property ByteArray [Index: cardinal]: boolean;
Parameters 
Description 
Index 
Position in the ByteArray. 

Boolean - True if the bit set.

ByteArray is an indexed Boolean property that provides access to the individual bits that make up the 32-bit IP address or network mask. Values for Index are in the range 0..31. ByteArray is used primary in the construction of the AsBinaryString representation of the IP address. 

Use Byte1, Byte2, Byte3, Byte4, AsDoubleWord, AsString, or AsBinaryString to access the value of the IP address in other representations.

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