Bitwise AND, Computations, and Examples

Here, we discuss the '&' operator in more detail.

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Bitwise AND

A Bitwise AND is a binary operation that takes two equal-length binary representations and performs the logical AND operation on each pair of the corresponding bits. This is equivalent to multiplying them.

Bitwise ANDing any number x with 0 yields 0

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