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Re^3: Bit operations for beginnersby BrowserUk (Pope)
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p xor q === [something very long]
Hell's teeth! You weren't kidding.
I remember xor as (p and not q) or (q and not p) and it's been something like 30 years since I played with nand and nor expansions, so I expanded that:
Then it struck me that ((x nor x) nor (x nor x)) is x, which reduces it to
It's certainly more digestable (just :), but are there any other reductions in there?
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