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BITRSHIFT: Excel Formulae Explained

How do you use BITRSHIFT in Excel?

Bitwise operations are a set of operations that work on individual bits within a number. The bitwise operators are &, |, ^, ~, <<, >>, and, or, xor. These operators work on the number that is their left operand and the result is the new number with the bits in the left operand set to the value of the right operand.

The BITRSHIFT operator shifts the bits in a number to the right. The number of bits shifted is the second operand. The left operand is unchanged.

For example, the number 1234 is shifted two bits to the right and becomes 1011. The number -5 is shifted two bits to the left and becomes 1010.

The BITRSHIFT operator can be used to shift the bits in a number to the left or the right. The number of bits shifted is the second operand. The left operand is unchanged.

For example, the number 1234 is shifted two bits to the right and becomes 1011. The number -5 is shifted two bits to the left and becomes 1010.

What is the syntax of BITRSHIFT in Excel?

BITRSHIFT is a function in Excel that takes two arguments: the first is the number to be shifted, and the second is the number of bits to shift. The function returns the shifted number.

What is an example of how to use BITRSHIFT in Excel?

BITRSHIFT is a function in Excel that is used to shift bits to the left or right. The function takes two arguments: the number of bits to shift and the number of places to shift them. For example, if you wanted to shift the number 1234 five places to the left, you would use the function BITRSHIFT(1234,5). This would result in the number 0001234. If you wanted to shift the number 1234 five places to the right, you would use the function BITRSHIFT(1234,5). This would result in the number 1234000.

When should you not use BITRSHIFT in Excel?

BITRSHIFT should not be used when the number of bits to shift is greater than the number of bits in the operand. For example, if you want to shift the number 1234 two bits to the right, you would use the formula: =BITRSHIFT(1234,2). However, if you want to shift the number 12345678 two bits to the right, you would use the formula: =BITRSHIFT(12345678,2), because the number of bits to shift (8) is greater than the number of bits in the operand (4).

What are some similar formulae to BITRSHIFT in Excel?

BITRSHIFT is a Microsoft Excel formula that allows you to shift the bits in a number to the left or right. The BITRSHIFT formula takes two arguments: the number you want to shift and the number of places you want to shift it. For example, the BITRSHIFT formula =BITRSHIFT(5,2) would shift the bits in the number 5 to the left 2 places, resulting in a value of 3. The BITRSHIFT formula can also be used to shift the bits in a text string. For example, the BITRSHIFT formula =BITRSHIFT("Hello",2) would shift the bits in the text string "Hello" to the left 2 places, resulting in a value of "Heo".

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