Closed. This question needs details or clarity. It is not currently accepting answers. Want to improve this question? Add details and clarify the problem by editing this post. Closed 11 months ago. Improve this question In the following fragment, is the & a bitwise or logical operator? why? Answer If you regard booleans as single-bit numbers, then & on booleans

# Tag: bitwise-operators

## Recursion with bitwise operators

I have the following method in java that simplify Nor expressions using recursion: Now, when I want to simplify the expression (T ↓ y) ↓ y , it ouputs F ↓ y instead of ~(y). How I need to change the recursion to output the right simplified expression? Answer Your case isn’t covered, so you get the default, all the

## Bitwise operator for simply flipping all bits in an integer?

I have to flip all bits in a binary representation of an integer. Given: 10101 The output should be 01010 What is the bitwise operator to accomplish this when used with an integer? For example, …