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Re: Working with binaries


Hi,

primitive low leve programming languages miss use 1 and 0
for boolean expressions True and False, but in Mathematica
you have to use True and False and !True gives False and
Not[True] gives also False.

Regards
  Jens


Luca wrote:
> 
> Is it possible with mathematica to work with binaries? I did it in another
> system by typing: OutputBase := Binary. I was also trying to find the function
> NOT, i.e. that function which gives:
> 
> !1 = 0
> !0 = 1
> 
> I found in the help BitNot, but BitNot[1] gives me -2.
> Thanks for any advice.
> 
> Luca


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