- double comedi_to_phys(lsampl_t data, comedi_range * range, lsampl_t maxdata);
Conversion of endpoint sample values, that is, sample values equal to 0 or maxdata, is affected by the Comedilib out-of-range behavior (see function comedi_set_global_oor_behavior). If the out-of-range behavior is set to COMEDI_OOR_NAN, endpoint values are converted to NAN. If the out-of-range behavior is set to COMEDI_OOR_NUMBER, the endpoint values are converted similarly to other values.
If there is an error, NAN is returned.
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