Translate 1 line Java to C# -Please help! =)


I'm trying to translate some Java code into c# and am running into some problems.... can anyone help translate the code below?

d^=e>>>16; g+=d; e+=f;

Note: all variables are integers.

What does "   d^= "  mean?

Thanks for any help!

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I think d^=e means the same thing as
d = d^e.

Similar to += and -=
RobertxdjAuthor Commented:
Thanks for your answer. But what about e>>>16;  ?
the c# code would be
d = System.Math.Pow(d, e);

I'm not sure what the >>>16 is though.
>>>  op1 >>> op2  shift bits of op1 right by distance op2 (unsigned)  
I don't understand why it's done, but the rest of the code may explain it.

Thus your C# translation is
d = System.Math.Pow(d, (e>>16));

Operator precedence in Java forces the e>>>16 to hapen prior to the ^=

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