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Bitwise operators are operators that operate on ints and uints at the binary level, similar to +, *, &&, and so on. This implies they examine an integer's binary digits or bits directly. All of this may appear frightening, but bitwise operators are actually fairly simple to use and extremely valuable!

If at least one corresponding bit of two operands is 1, the output of bitwise OR is 1. The bitwise OR operator is symbolized by | in C programming.

The bitwise operators are the operators that are used to manipulate data at the bit level. It is also known as bit-level programming when we conduct bitwise operations.

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