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Additionally, '~' is more correctly called the (1's) complement operator, or bitwise negation operator, both according to perlop and, by its functionality, mathematics itself. Calling it the 'not' operator is confusing, imo.

In reply to Re: Re: Bit operations for beginners by mpd
in thread Bit operations for beginners by Cine

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