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Posted on 2014-07-31
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#define MAX_NVM_CRPT                        (32)                                /* Total number of corrupt data flags */
#define NVM_MGR_ID_TO_BIT_IDX         (5)

#define NVM_MGR_CRPT_DATA_BUFFER_SIZE                 (((MAX_NVM_CRPT - 1) >> NVM_MGR_ID_TO_BIT_IDX) + 1)
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Hi naseeam,

>> is the right shift operator.

In your example, 21 would be right shifted 5 places, resulting in zero.

A right shift of 5 places is an integer division by 32.


Good Luck,
Kent
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Yes, it's right shift operator.

Do you mean 31 instead of 21 ?
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Oops.  Typo on my part.  Good catch.

Yes.  In your example, 31 would be right shifted 5 places, resulting in zero.
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