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# Explain &&,&,||,|

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Explain &&,&,||,|
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Hi,

If there is a double operator it is a shortcircuit one.

for example say x && y where x and y are boolean.

Here if x is false. Then y is not evalueated as what ever by the value of y the out come is false. right?

if you write x & y even if x is false Y is evaluated and final value is decided.

If i am wrong somebody please correct me!

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Bitwise Operators
Bit wise binary operators & (AND), | (OR) and ^ (XOR) works on all integral data types.

Short circuit && (AND) and || (OR)
&& and || are also known as Conditional-And and Conditional-OR operations. These operators are introduced for optimization. They work only on boolean operands.
In case of &&,
(expr1) && (expr2) //expr2 is never evaluated if expr1 is false.
In case of ||,
(expr1) || (expr2) //expr2 is never evaluated if expr1 is true.