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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of bitwise

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of bitwise:
/bɪtwajz/

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  1. Hence, the name bitwise. Let's compute the bitwise AND of numbers
  2. combination with bitwise AND, if I compute bitwise and of some number X and
  3. The operators are arithmetic and bitwise.
  4. bitwise, or used in sets, it's union.
  5. Here you note that you need to do bitwise because there are eight bits the system
  6. This is a bitwise bit plus manipulation of X which will make X double. X is an integer
  7. these individual bitwise likelihoods, the probability
  8. routers is that this IP address and the mask will be bitwise ANDED together. So if you
  9. do a bitwise AND since the last 24 bits of the mask are zeros, so the last 24 bits of
  10. node can find out the corresponding network address by doing a bitwise ANDING. Because
  11. They can be grouped into five types: arithmetic, assignment, comparison, logical, and bitwise
  12. Lastly, we have the bitwise operators, which allow us to manipulate individual bits inside
  13. resulting bit 1 if the bits on both sides of the operator are set. These bitwise operators
  14. There are basically five types: arithmetic, assignment, comparison, logical, and bitwise
  15. Finally, The bitwise operators work on the binary representation of integers. For example,
  16. logical, and bitwise operators.
  17. Lastly, we have the bitwise operators which allow us to manipulate individual bits inside
  18. resulting bit 1 if the bits are set on either side of the operator. These bitwise operators
  19. Bit manipulations using bitwise operators,
  20. bitwise, assignment, arithmetic, etc.