Encode or decode an
ip_address as a binary bit string.
The bits are stored in network order (also known as big-endian order), which is part of the IP standard.
IPv4 addresses use 32 bits, IPv6 addresses use 128 bits, and missing values
are encoded as
ip_to_binary(): A character vector
Other address representations:
x <- ip_address(c("192.168.0.1", "2001:db8::8a2e:370:7334", NA)) ip_to_binary(x) binary_to_ip(ip_to_binary(x))
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