Answer / harish
An operator that manipulates individual bits. The operators that we are are familiar with, such as the addition operator (+),multiplication (*),division (/) etc ... work with bytes or groups of bytes. Occasionally, however, programmers need to manipulate the bits within a byte. The C programming language supports the following bitwise operators:
>> Shifts bits right
<< Shifts bits left
& Does an AND compare on two groups of bits
| Does an OR compare on two groups of bits
^ Does an XOR compare on two groups of bits
~ Complements a group of bits
and lots more.....
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