Function BXOr() Foundation
Calculates the result of a bitwise XOR operation.
BXOr( <nVa1>, <nVal2>, [<nVal3>,...] ) -> nBitwiseXOr
BXOr() returns the result of a bitwise exclusive-OR operation between operands <nVal1> and <nVal2>. If additional parameters are passed, another bitwise XOR operation is performed for each parameter. Once all parameters are processed, BXOr() returns the combined result of the XOR operation.
BXOr() is a numeric function that performs a bitwise exclusive-OR operation between two or more operands. A bitwise XOR turns on all bits in the result that have a corresponding bit set in one but not in both operands. The following table illustrates this correlation.
|Operand 1||Operand 2||Result|
Bitwise operations are usually used with flag values, where a certain bit pattern represents a certain option being enabled or disabled. Using the function BXOr(), an individual option can easily be removed (disabled) from the flag value.
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