The following left-associative bitwise binary operators are supported, in descending precedence order:
<<.and bitwise shift right
.>> operators perform logical shifting.
Unlike in many other programming languages, arithmetic right-shifting
operators are not provided. This means that right shifting always
inserts zeroes at the most-significant side of the value operand,
whereas left shifting always inserts zeroes at the least-significant
side of the value operand.
Left shifting by a number of bits equal or bigger than the size of the
value operand is an error, and will trigger either a compile-time
error or a run-time
E_out_of_bounds exception. This does not
apply to right shifting.
Bitwise concatenation works with any integral type, of any bit length.
The following right-associative unary bitwise operators are supported: