Home | JSP | EJB | JDBC | Java Servlets | WAP  | Free JSP Hosting  | Spring Framework | Web Services | BioInformatics | Java Server Faces | Jboss 3.0 tutorial | Hibernate 3.0 | XML

Tutorial Categories: Ajax | Articles | JSP | Bioinformatics | Database | Free Books | Hibernate | J2EE | J2ME | Java | JavaScript | JDBC | JMS | Linux | MS Technology | PHP | RMI | Web-Services | Servlets | Struts | UML


 

Java Tutorials


 

 

Struts Tutorials

Struts Resources

Visit Forum! Post Questions!
Jobs At RoseIndia.net!

Java Master Java Bitwise Bitshift Operators

User Comments
Add This Tutorial To:
  Del.icio.us   Digg   Google   Spurl
  Blink   Furl   Simpy   Y! MyWeb 

Add This Tutorial To:
  Del.icio.us   Digg   Google   Spurl   Blink   Furl   Simpy   Y! MyWeb 

Current Comments

4 comments so far (post your own) View All Comments Latest 10 Comments:

hello sir
why <<< (unsigned left shift operator) is not available ? any proper reasion ? plz answer the que. if any body know it .. mail me on
aditidreams24@yahoo.com for reply me
thank u

Posted by aditi on Wednesday, 11.18.09 @ 21:00pm | #92681

i m doing a project on steganography (hiding text in image,audio & video) in java language.

can anyone tell how to code for it...and what i will need to complete the project...

thanks in advance

Posted by gaurav on Sunday, 11.1.09 @ 09:52am | #92246

The signed shift operation would have been understood better if the MSB was 1.

Posted by Aravind on Monday, 11.17.08 @ 03:01am | #81737

For example, if we take a negative number as -50 then this value is represented in binary as 11001110 then the expression "-50>>2"; will return the result as 11110011 or -13 in decimal.


the above example is not very clear
the binary value of 50 is 110010
-50>>2 =10001100 why do you convert it ones complemt method it is MSB method?

Posted by rani on Monday, 04.28.08 @ 20:23pm | #58075

Ask programming questions?

 

 

Back to Tutorial

 

  JDO Tutorials
  EAI Articles
  Struts Tutorials
  Java Tutorials
  Java Certification

Tell A Friend
Your Friend Name

 

 
Browse all Java Tutorials
Java JSP Struts Servlets Hibernate XML
Ajax JDBC EJB MySQL JavaScript JSF
Maven2 Tutorial JEE5 Tutorial Java Threading Tutorial Photoshop Tutorials Linux Technology
Technology Revolutions Eclipse Spring Tutorial Bioinformatics Tutorials Tools SQL
 

Home | JSP | EJB | JDBC | Java Servlets | WAP  | Free JSP Hosting  | Search Engine | News Archive | Jboss 3.0 tutorial | Free Linux CD's | Forum | Blogs

About Us | Advertising On RoseIndia.net  | Site Map

India News

Send your comments, Suggestions or Queries regarding this site at roseindia_net@yahoo.com.

Copyright 2007. All rights reserved.