Programmers often need to know what bits are set in integers. This page does not explain the purpose and intent of Bitwise math, but is a resource for web programming.
Simply enter a numeric value in the form above to see what bits are set in this number. Results in blue are set; results in red are missing from your value.
Below are some resources for learning more about using bitwise math in programming. Young programmers probably find bitwise logic hard to understand at first, but mastering bitwise data storage is a powerful and versatile skill.
Enter the value you want to validate in the form to the right.
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