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Bitwise Logic

These are logic operations that are performed on a bitwise level. Each individual bit is compared and the operation is performed. For example, the binary value 110 (decimal value of 6) BITAND'd with 101 (decimal value of 5) produces an output of 100 (decimal value of 4).


David Levitan 2006-02-12