While many higher level languages have bitwise (exclusive or) and bitwise (exclusive and), for instance C, C++, Java, etc. I'm curious why the ( vastly more useful ) logical short-circuit operators ...
What is the benefit of studying bitwise operators (Bitwise Not, Bitwise AND, Bitwise OR, Bitwise XOR, Left Shift, Signed Right Shift, Unsigned Right Shift etc.)? Will we really use these operators in ...
Programming languages often come with various bit operators (e.g. bitwise left- and right shift, bitwise AND, OR, XOR...). These don't get used though very much, or at least such has my experience ...