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### BitwiseOperators

Course: CHAPTER 02, Fall 2009
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Operators. C++ Bitwise provides bitwise operators, which provide bit-level control. The following table describes these operations: Expression x &amp; y Produces the result of: ANDing the bits of x with those of y Example: 21 &amp; 7 = 10101 &amp; 00111 = 00101 = 5 x | y ORing the bits of x with those of y Example: 21 | 7 = 10101 | 00111 = 10111 = 23 x ^ y XORing the bits of x with those of y...

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Operators. C++ Bitwise provides bitwise operators, which provide bit-level control. The following table describes these operations: Expression x & y Produces the result of: ANDing the bits of x with those of y Example: 21 & 7 = 10101 & 00111 = 00101 = 5 x | y ORing the bits of x with those of y Example: 21 | 7 = 10101 | 00111 = 10111 = 23 x ^ y XORing the bits of x with those of y Example: 21 ^ 7 = 10101 ^ 00111 = 10010 = 18 ~x Inverting (complementing) the bits of x (0 1 and 1 0) Example (assuming 16-bit representation): For short unsigned ~7 value: = 11111111111111000 = 65528 For short int value: ~7 = 11111111111111000 = -8 x << y Shifting the bits of x to the left y positions Example: 25 << 3 = 10101 << 3 = 10101000 = 168 x >> y Shifting the bits of x to the right y positions Example: 25 >> 3 = 10101 >> 3 = 00010 = 2 Sh...

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