1) You should join us in the Gitter 
chatroom https://github.com/JuliaLang/julia, it actually can be a better 
place to get quick answers to simple questions like this than julia-users.
2) I tested with v0.4.5, and it worked fine for me.  Show us (in the Gitter 
chat room) exactly what you did and what you got back from Julia, and we 
can all help figure it out!


On Monday, October 17, 2016 at 8:54:12 AM UTC-4, Sujoy Datta wrote:
> he 
> Thank you, Tim and Scott. I am using version 0.4.5 and both of these 
> methods are not working.Good to know in the latest version, this can be 
> done.
> Anyway, I just found that while adding, the bits becomes numbers, so, I 
> did this (soo.bad trick,I think):
> x=BitArray(falses(20,8))
> y=x+false
> By the way, how can I get the newest version? I downloaded this version 
> through Synaptic.
> On Monday, October 17, 2016 at 3:01:53 PM UTC+5:30, Sujoy Datta wrote:
>> I am a new user of Julia. Please help me to convert a nxm BitArray to an 
>> nxm IntegerArray.
>> What I want is to print 1 for 'true' and 0 for 'false'.
>> Thank you in advance.

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