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Understanding Logical Bitwise Operators

You might want to use three other logical operators: the logical bitwise operators. Although the use of bitwise operations is beyond the scope of this book, I've included a section near the end of today's lesson called "For Those Brave Enough." This section explains bitwise operations, the three logical bitwise operators, and the bitwise shift operators.

The bitwise operators obtain their name from the fact that they operate on bits. A bit is a single storage location that stores either an on or an off value (equated to 0 or 1). In the section at the end of today's lesson, you will learn how the bitwise operators can be used to manipulate these bits.

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