- To specify the binary values to be measured (measurement result)
(0 or 1) for measured qubits, use the command:
M (bit labels, );

* The ``bit labels'' is a string in the style of ``1-6'' (qubit 1 to qubit 6) and/or ``1 3 5'' (qubit 1, 3, and 5). is the string of the binary values to be measured for the qubits of ``bit labels''. You may type like this:M (1-8, 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 1);

The qubits that are not measured will properly transit to the state after the measurement.

Example for the read-line mode:> init 0 0; > H(1); CN(1,2); > showb; 0.707107|00> + 0.707107|11> > M(1,0); > showb; 1|00>

- When you do not specify the result of measurement,
the measured qubits result in 0 or 1 with the corresponding
probabilities. Such a transition is controlled by a random seed that is
produced from the current local time of a computer.
For an example, you may try the above example
with the line
M(1);

instead of`M(1,0);`

.

2004-06-15