Bitwise intersection of two numbers
Description The & object performs a bit-by-bit "and" of two numbers (expressed in binary for the task). It is similar to the operator found in the C programming language.
|| Sets an initial value to be compared with a number received in the left inlet.
|| In left inlet: Performs the comparison with the numbers currently stored. If there is no argument, & initially holds 0 for comparison.
|| In left inlet: The number is compared, in binary form, with the number in the right inlet. The output is a number composed of those bits which are 1 in both numbers.
|| In right inlet: The number is stored for comparison with a number received in the left inlet.
|| Converted to
|| In left inlet: The word
followed by a number will set the input to the bitwise-and operation without causing output (a successive will output the result). |
|| In left inlet: Compares the first and second numbers bit-by-bit, and outputs a number composed of those bits which are 1 in both numbers.
Nonzero bits shared by both numbers........ Can be used as an odd/even detector
If both numbers are non-zero, output a 1
Bitwise union of two numbers
If either of two numbers is non-zero, output a 1
|Max Basic Tutorial 19: Timing
||Max Basic Tutorial 19: Timing