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"Bitwise" operators?

Posted on 2004-08-12
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Is there a way to do "bitwise" calculations in Oracle SQL?

Example in "pseudocode"

(4 BITAND 5) = 4 (100 "and" 101 = 100)
(40 BITAND 9) = 8 (101000 "and" 001001 = 001000)

and so on?
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Solutions in Oracle 8 compliant SQL please. That's our customers' lowest common denominator ...
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hi

check the link below

http://www.jlcomp.demon.co.uk/faq/bitwise.html

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annamalai
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by:annamalai77
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hi there

this link will also help u.
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