I have just learned how to turn bits on and off in c++. I know that a byte (8 bits) is numbered from 1,2,4,8,16,32,64. My computer is a 32-bit machine and i was wondering how i was able to access the 64 bit? In addition, i know that an integer carries 4 bytes on my machine - does this mean that there are four rows that i can turn bits on or off?
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