BITLSHIFT is a Google Sheets function that takes two numbers as input and shifts the bits of the first number to the left by the number of places specified in the second number. This function is useful for rounding numbers to a specific number of decimal places. For example, the function BITLSHIFT(123.456, 2) would return the value 123.45.
The BITLSHIFT operator in Google Sheets takes two arguments, the first of which is the number to be shifted and the second of which is the number of bits to shift. The result is that the number is shifted the given number of bits to the left. For example, BITLSHIFT(4,2) would result in the number 2 being shifted two bits to the left, or 0010, while BITLSHIFT(9,3) would result in the number 6 being shifted three bits to the left, or 0110.
BITLSHIFT is a Google Sheets function that takes two numbers as input and shifts the bits of the first number to the left by the number of places specified in the second number. An example of how to use BITLSHIFT in Google Sheets is as follows: =BITLSHIFT(4,2) which would return the value of 16 (4 shifted to the left by 2 places).
BITLSHIFT is a function in Google Sheets that is used to shift bits to the left or right. This function can be used to change the value of a number, or to change the representation of a number. However, there are times when you should not use BITLSHIFT in Google Sheets. One example of when you should not use BITLSHIFT is when you are trying to divide two numbers. If you use BITLSHIFT on one of the numbers in the division equation, it will change the value of the number, and the equation will not be correct. Additionally, if you are using a computer that is not able to handle large numbers, using BITLSHIFT may cause your computer to crash.
BITLSHIFT is a formula that shifts a bit value left by the number of bits specified in the parameter. Some similar formulae to BITLSHIFT in Google Sheets are:
BITSHIFT: This formula shifts a bit value left by the number of bits specified in the parameter.
BITROTATE: This formula rotates a bit value left by the number of bits specified in the parameter.
BITXOR: This formula performs a bitwise exclusive OR operation on two bit values.