JavaScript | dataView.getInt8()

The dataView.getInt8() is a method in dataView which is used to get a 8-bit integer in byte at the specified location from the start of the dataView.
Syntax:

dataview.getInt8(byteOffset)

Parameters: It has parameter byteOffset which is offset in byte and it says from the start of the view where to read the data.
Return value: It returns 8-bit signed integer value.

JavaScript code to show the working of this method:

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<script>
  
// Create buffer
var buffer = new ArrayBuffer(16);
  
// Create one view
var dataview1 = new DataView(buffer, 0, 4);
  
// put the data at slot 0
dataview1.setInt8(0, 123);
document.write(dataview1.getInt8(0) + "<br>");
  
// create another view
var dataview2 = new DataView(buffer, 1, 2);
  
// put data at slot 1
dataview2.setInt8(1, 45);
document.write(dataview2.getInt8(1));
  
< /script>                                

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Output:

123
45

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<script>
  
// Create buffer
var buffer = new ArrayBuffer(16);
var dataview = new DataView(buffer, 0, 10);
  
// put data at slots
dataview.setInt8(0, 12);
dataview.setInt8(1, 23);
dataview.setInt8(2, 34);
dataview.setInt8(3, 45);
dataview.setInt8(4, 67);
dataview.setInt8(5, 78);
dataview.setInt8(6, 89);
dataview.setInt8(7, 90);
dataview.setInt8(8, 123);
  
// print the value using getInt8 method that
// prints the first 8 int
document.write(dataview.getInt8(0) + "<br>");
document.write(dataview.getInt8(1) + "<br>");
document.write(dataview.getInt8(2) + "<br>");
document.write(dataview.getInt8(3) + "<br>");
document.write(dataview.getInt8(4) + "<br>");
document.write(dataview.getInt8(5) + "<br>");
document.write(dataview.getInt8(6) + "<br>");
document.write(dataview.getInt8(7) + "<br>");
document.write(dataview.getInt8(8));
  
< /script>                    

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Output:

12
23
34
45
67
78
89
90
123


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