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OOP344-Jason Quan C/C++ Programs & notes-20102

924 bytes added, 23:11, 20 June 2010
added dec to binary using bitwise operator to my notes page
platform(name , option);
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==decimal to binary with bitwise operators==
<p> here's a example of dec to binary using bitwise operator</p>
#include <stdio.h>
void binary(int v, int mask){
for(mask;mask>0;mask = mask >>1){
printf(“%d”,!!(v & mask)); /*prints 1 or 0, since bitwise operator “&” means: 1 & 1= 1 anything else =0.*/
int main(){
int a;
int m;
m=a>32? 1024:32;
return 0;
the Mask:
The length of the mask can be determine by an simple intger for example
30= 100000
64 =1000000
1024= 10000000000
The number:
the number is an plain integer number. But when used with an bitwise operator it become a binary number such as:
1 & mask
1= 000001
mask= 100000
Therefore in the loop shifts the mask right 1 to determine if the position contains 1 or 0. If zero output prints zero else one.

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