bitwise


bitwise

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • Bitwise — IM Entwickler: BitWise Communications, LLC Aktuelle Version: 1.7.3 (25. Juni 2007) Betriebssystem: Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, Linux Kategorie …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Bitwise IM — Entwickler BitWise Communications, LLC Aktuelle Version 1.7.3 (25. Juni 2007) Betriebssystem Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, Linux Kategorie Instant …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Bitwise — may refer to:* Bitwise operation, a basic function in computer programming * BitWise IM, a cryptographic instant messaging client * Bitwise IIT Kharagpur, an algorithm intensive programming contest by CSE IIT Kharagpur …   Wikipedia

  • BitWise IM — Infobox Software name = BitWise IM developer = BitWise Communications, LLC released = March 2004  latest release version = 1.7.3 latest release date = June 25, 2007 programming language = C++ with wxWidgets operating system = Cross platform genre …   Wikipedia

  • bitwise — bitinis statusas T sritis informatika apibrėžtis Apibūdinantis veiksmą, atliekamą paeiliui su kompiuterio ↑žodžio (2) bitais. pavyzdys( iai) bitinė disjunkcija, bitinė inversija, bitinė konjunkcija, bitinis siuntimas, bitinis srautas. atitikmenys …   Enciklopedinis kompiuterijos žodynas

  • bitwise — adjective Being an operation that treats a value as a series of bits rather than a numerical quantity …   Wiktionary

  • bitwise — adj. (Computers) working at the level of single bits (rather than larger data units) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • bitwise — adjective Computing denoting an operator in a programming language which manipulates the individual bits in a byte or word …   English new terms dictionary

  • Bitwise IIT Kharagpur — Bitwise is an online programming contest. The contest is time constrained and posed with difficult programming and algorithms challenges, to be solved in a short span of 12 hours.Bitwise was started in the year 2001 by the 4th year undergraduate… …   Wikipedia

  • Bitwise operation — In computer programming, a bitwise operation operates on one or two bit patterns or binary numerals at the level of their individual bits. On most microprocessors, bitwise operations are sometimes slightly faster than addition and subtraction… …   Wikipedia


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