Java Shift Operations

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The shift operators in Java have three "<<", ">>", ">>>", and No "<<<" operators.

The "<<" operator shifts the bits to the left, and the low is filled with zeros;

The ">>" operator shifts the bits to the right and fills the high position with the sign bit;

The >>> operator shifts the bits to the right, but fills the high with the zeros.

Note: The parameter to the right of the shift operator requires modulo 32 operations, for example, 1<<35 and 1<<3 are the same, both are 8.

(the right operand is modulo 64 when the operand on the left is a long type)

Java Shift Operations

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