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# Bitwise Operator Python

Anyone explian with example how right shift , left shift and ZERO-FILL RIGHT SHIFT works! (<< ,>> and <<<) in python . https://code.sololearn.com/WBOdrCZZT0a7/?ref=app

4/18/2021 3:43:52 AM

CheenuðŸ’•â„¢

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Bitwise left shift: Shifts the bits of the number to the left and fills 0 on voids left as a result. Similar effect as of multiplying the number with some power of two. Bitwise right shift: Shifts the bits of the number to the right and fills 0 on voids left as a result. Similar effect as of dividing the number with some power of two. https://code.sololearn.com/c9Dhz8R0K2hD/?ref=app

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CheenuðŸ’•â„¢ There is not a built-in zero fill right shift operator in Python, but you can easily define your own zero_fill_right_shift function: def zero_fill_right_shift(val, n): return (val >> n) if val >= 0 else ((val + 0x100000000) >> n) Then you can define your function: def f(e, t): return e << t or zero_fill_right_shift(e, 32 - t)

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https://www.sololearn.com/learn/4070/?ref=app https://www.sololearn.com/learn/4086/?ref=app https://www.sololearn.com/learn/4087/?ref=app

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https://www.interviewcake.com/concept/java/bit-shift

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Zero fill right shift >>> not <<< (arrows will point toward the direction of shift) Also known as Logical Right Shift. The link I provided covers all 3 that you asked about and explains them well. Please read and if you have a more specific and explicit question afterwards, please feel free to ask it. Doesn't matter that it is Java, works the same for most languages, including Python.

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This explains in pretty good detail as to why Python doesn't have a zero fill right shift and how to work around it using similar techniques to what âœ¨Kårï§hmåâœ¨ has posted. https://realpython.com/python-bitwise-operators/