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Doubt regarding ~BITWISE NOT

 
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class Bitwise{
public static void main(String arg[])
{
Bitwise b= new Bitwise();
b.abc();
}
public void abc()
{
byte x=13|2;
byte y=~x;
System.out.println(y);
}
}

1101 --->13
|
0010 --->2
---------------
1111 --->15

so x= 15

~ x means invert all so 1111 become 0000
and so out put should be 0

but when i run the programm it is giving me -16 out put how ?
[ January 11, 2007: Message edited by: Akhilesh Yadav ]
 
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primitive byte variable has 8 bits so when you go to OR operation it should be:

0000 1101 ---> 13
|
0000 0010 ---> 2
0000 1111 ---> 15
~
1111 0000 ---> -16
 
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see I calculate 13
as 0 0 0 0 1101 ---->13
128643216 8421

add all bit having 1 so it gives 8+4+1=13

as you told
0000 1111 --- >15
~
----------
1111 0000 ==> 280

am i calculating in wrong way please let me know
 
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see I calculate 13
as 0 0 0 0 1101 ---->13
128643216 8421

add all bit having 1 so it gives 8+4+1=13

as you told
0000 1111 --- >15
~
----------
1111 0000 ==> 240

am i calculating in wrong way please let me know
[ January 11, 2007: Message edited by: Akhilesh Yadav ]
 
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Every number primitive in java is use the MOST LEFT BIT to represent for sign symbol. This mean the maximum value of each primitive is 2 power (bit number - 1).

Example for byte:
This primitive has totally 8 bits that mean it use 1 bit for represents sign(-/+) and 7 bit for its value.

1 is - and 0 is + for sign bit.

But This is not the whole story. In java language, it use two complement method for convert from positive value to negative.

The method is:
Example
byte x = 13; ---> 0000 1101
byte y = -13; ---> 1000 1101 (Does it correct? NOOO)

-13 is can't be simply convert from 0000 1101 to 1000 1101 but it use two complement method by following.

0000 1101 ---> 13
~
1111 0010 ---> one complement value
+
1
---------
1111 0011 ---> -13

So we return to our problem byte -16

0001 0000 ---> 16
~
1110 1111 ---> one complement value
+
1
---------
1111 0000 ---> -16

So that it. If you don't clear feel free to told me.

Tanakorn
 
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Sorry for confusing indent post now I repost it.




Let me conclude the method
1. we must make a bit wise for that number(in base 2) the result we call it the one complement value.
2. plus 1 to that one complement value.
3. We will get the two complement value that represent the negative value of original value and if you notice the left most bit is 1
 
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