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Bitwise operators

What the use of bitwise operators?

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Bitwise operators are characters that represent actions to be performed on single bits. A bitwise operation operates on two-bit patterns of equal lengths by positionally matching their individual bits: A logical AND (&) of each bit pair results in a 1 if the first bit is 1 AND the second bit is 1. See here more info #smart



CalviΥ² Basically, bitwise operation operands are converted to 32-bit integer


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It would be more precise for the above article's author to write "Bitwise operators are symbols ..." rather than "Bitwise operators are characters ..." character is a common term, more closely related with strings rather than bits in numeric data.


Some of the common use cases of bitwise in JavaScript, check out this code


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