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Shift Operators

 
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Hi all,
Could you please suggest me a link where I can find more practice problems on sift operators alone.This is because after taking some of the mock tests I found I am weak in that area.
Thanx in advance,
Vinod
 
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The best way to learn shift-operators (as well as any other topic for that matter ) is to write some code that uses them.
You may find the following link useful too:
http://www.javaranch.com/campfire/StoryBits.jsp
HIH
 
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Hi,
I advice u to search in this site with key word shift operator.It may be some time consuming but if u go thru to these link i am sure u will learn diff. question and as well as answers.
 
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This applet might help
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