Redis SETBIT – How to set bit value at specific index of string in redis
2 months ago Lalit Bhagtani 0
In this tutorial, we will learn about how to set a bit value at the specified index of the string value stored at a key in redis datastore. For this we will use redis SETBIT command.
This command set a bit value at the specified index of the string value stored at a key. If index is greater than the length of the string value, then string is considered as a contiguous space with 0 bits. If the key does not exist, then it is first created and set to a empty string. Hence index will always be out of range and its value will be 0 bit.
An error is returned, if the key exist but value stored at the key is of wrong datatype. The syntax of redis SETBIT command is as follows :-
redis host:post> SETBIT <keyname> <index> <bit value>
- (integer) reply, representing the old bit value stored at index. - Error, if key exist and value stored at the key is not a string.
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