Bitwise operators are a type of operator that works with bits. There are six bitwise operators in Ruby that work at the bit level or execute bit by bit actions. The bitwise operators are as follows: Bitwise AND (&) takes two operands and performs AND on each bit of those two numbers. Only if both bits are 1 is the outcome of AND.
The AND operator can be used in Ruby programming to make sure that a certain condition is met. For example, if the user wants to know if the number is greater than 10 and less than 15, they can use the AND operator like this:
if number > 10 and number< 15
puts "The number is between 10 and 15"
The benefits of using an AND operator are:
It will make your search results more relevant and accurate
It will save you time by not having to go back through multiple pages of search results
The AND operator is often used to combine two boolean expressions. The following example shows how the AND operator can be used in Ruby programming: