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Study Material for Bitwise Operators

 
Ankit Garg
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Hi Ranchers!

I am preparing for SCJP and I am finding problems in the Bitwise operators.

I simply don't get how >>, <<, >>>, ~ work.

I am also not very good at number systems.

I just want you to give me a good source where I could study number systems in short and about these operators.
I could have googled it but I am so confused with these operators that I don't want to get confused any further.

Thanks in advance,
 
Vinod Kumar Kommineni
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which version are you preparing for ....because in SCJP1.5 this operators are out of syllabus.
 
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thanks buddy.......
 
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Hi,
Bitwise & Bitshift operators are there for 1.6 ?
 
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Originally posted by chandra mohan:
Hi,
Bitwise & Bitshift operators are there for 1.6 ?


No
 
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oh thanks ,i did not knew this.
 
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