Well, we’re now onto the final of the four bitwise operators – bitwise NOT – probably the most simple of the four to understand. Bitwise NOT is represented by the tilde symbol, ~, and only takes one operand. Can I see an example? ~125 = 130 What is this actually doing? Bitwise NOT essentially flips […]
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