Bitwise Operators Truth Tables


Computed values for the bitwise logical operators.

Binary operators
Operators that take two operands.
Unary operator
Operator that take a single operand.
These logical operators return a value based on the value of their operand(s). For the binary operators, each bit in the left-hand side value is applied logically to the corresponding bit in the right-hand side value. The result of this operation is returned. For the unary operator, (Operator Not), the logic is applied to its right-hand side operand only.

Binary operators
Operator And (Conjunction)
Bits in the result are set if and only if both of the corresponding bits in the left and right-hand side operands are set.
Lhs 0 0 1 1
Rhs 0 1 0 1
Result 0 0 0 1

Operator Eqv (Equivalence)
Bits in the result are set if and only if both of the corresponding bits in the left and right-hand side operands are both either set or unset.
Lhs 0 0 1 1
Rhs 0 1 0 1
Result 1 0 0 1

Operator Imp (Implication)
Bits in the result are set if and only if the corresponding bit in the left-hand side operand implies the bit in the right-hand side operand.
Lhs 0 0 1 1
Rhs 0 1 0 1
Result 1 1 0 1

Operator Or (Inclusive Disjunction)
Bits in the result are set if either of the corresponding bits in the left and right-hand side operands are set.
Lhs 0 0 1 1
Rhs 0 1 0 1
Result 0 1 1 1


Operator Xor (Exclusive Disjunction)
Bits in the result are set if and only if one of the corresponding bits in the left and right-hand side operands is set.
Lhs 0 0 1 1
Rhs 0 1 0 1
Result 0 1 1 0


Unary operators
Operator Not (Complement)
Bits in the result are set if the corresponding bits in the right-hand side operand are unset, and unset if they are set.
Rhs 0 1
Result 1 0


 


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