Shifts all bit values to the left. This has the effect of multiplying a number by a power of two, but is less expensive in computer time.
Sets an initial value for the number of bits by which to shift leftward.
Common Box Attributes
The number in the left inlet is bit-shifted to the left by a certain number of bits. The number of bits by which to shift is specified by the number in the right inlet. The output is the resulting bit-shifted number.