C Bitwise Operation..

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    Cool C Bitwise Operation..

    Hi All,

    This is my first post in this board..(^_). I want to start this thread to show how we can deal with data type's bits shift right, shift left, &, + and much more..

    This will support whoever wants to deal with Finite Field or do bitwise operation in general..

    Letís start by providing some useful links for beginners:


    Binary Operators

    Low Level Operators and Bit Fields

    Bitwise operations

    18.2.1: Bitwise Operators

    Bitwise AND, OR, XOR and NOT Operators and Bit Masks

    https://developer.mozilla.org/en/Jav...wise_Operators

    ......

    If you are interested, read the above links to get a general idea and in my next post, I will try to explain the covered topics in those links.

    So, enjoy and please give me your first feedback about this thread...

    Bye .. Bye for now..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahmedBanihammad View Post
    Hi All,

    This is my first post in this board..(^_). I want to start this thread to show how we can deal with data type's bits shift right, shift left, &, + and much more..

    This will support whoever wants to deal with Finite Field or do bitwise operation in general..

    Letís start by providing some useful links for beginners:


    Binary Operators

    Low Level Operators and Bit Fields

    Bitwise operations

    18.2.1: Bitwise Operators

    Bitwise AND, OR, XOR and NOT Operators and Bit Masks

    https://developer.mozilla.org/en/Jav...wise_Operators

    ......

    If you are interested, read the above links to get a general idea and in my next post, I will try to explain the covered topics in those links.

    So, enjoy and please give me your first feedback about this thread...

    Bye .. Bye for now..
    Nice links, but what do they have to do with this forum (C code)?

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    Thumbs down

    I thought this forum is to share any C programming related topics..!

    Sorry..

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    >I thought this forum is to share any C programming related topics..!
    It's most often used for Q&A. If you post random stuff that could easily be found with a web search, some people would see that as polluting the forum. I'd say that unsolicited sharing of knowledge isn't a bad thing, but keep in mind that each thread you create will push another thread to page 2[*], and do so judiciously. You don't want to be the sole reason somebody fails to get help with their problem, right?

    [*] Nobody looks at page 2, so being pushed down to page 2 is the kiss of death for a thread.
    My best code is written with the delete key.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prelude View Post
    >I thought this forum is to share any C programming related topics..!
    It's most often used for Q&A. If you post random stuff that could easily be found with a web search, some people would see that as polluting the forum. I'd say that unsolicited sharing of knowledge isn't a bad thing, but keep in mind that each thread you create will push another thread to page 2[*], and do so judiciously. You don't want to be the sole reason somebody fails to get help with their problem, right?

    [*] Nobody looks at page 2, so being pushed down to page 2 is the kiss of death for a thread.
    I thought the links were great! In fact I'll be bookmarking them. But as you already pointed
    out, this info would be much easier to find when it's in the right area. :-)

    And welcome to the board, ahmedBanihammad!

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