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A simple Java questions:

Please provide code to calculate 2^(3^(4^(5^6)))

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Sunnybrad
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System.out.println(2^3^4^5^6);
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I guess the ^ operator means and-bit operator. Try this code:

public class test{
    public static void main(String[] args){
      System.out.println(2&(3&(4&(5&6))));
   }
}

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