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Used to perform a bitwise exclusive OR on an expression.
result ^= expression
The ^= operator syntax has these parts:
Part Description result Any variable. expression Any expression.
Using the ^= operator is exactly the same as specifying:result = result ^ expression
The ^= operator looks at the binary representation of the values of two expressions and does a bitwise exclusive OR operation on them. The result of this operation behaves as follows:0101 (result) 1100 (expression) ---- 1001 (result)
When one, and only one, of the expressions has a 1 in a digit, the result has a 1 in that digit. Otherwise, the result has a 0 in that digit.
For information on when a run-time error is generated by the ^= operator, see the Operator Behavior table.
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