- back to Bitwise math
- Example: A xor F = 5
Operation Hexadecimal Binary comment
The first and third bits are true.
The first, second, third, and fourth bits are true.
= 5 0101 The second and fourth bits are true in ONLY one instance as opposed to two.
- The 8’s and 2's placeholders are the same so they return 0.
- The 4’s and 1’s placeholders are different, therefore return true.