## On the Subject of Bitwise Operations

Nobody’s favorite kind of math. Who even likes math, anyway?

- Use the two bytes obtained from the tables below, and the operator from the display, to determine the answer.

Byte 1 | Byte 2 |
---|---|

No AA Batteries | ≥ 1 D battery |

Parallel port | ≥ 3 ports |

Lit NSA | ≥ 2 battery holders |

# Of modules > Starting time | Lit BOB |

≥ 2 Lit Indicators | ≥ 2 unlit indicators |

Modules ÷ 3 | Last SN digit is odd |

≤ 1 D battery | Even # of modules |

≤ 3 ports | ≥ 2 batteries |

This module ** includes needy modules** when it refers to the number of modules.

Here is a table of explanations of each bitwise operator:

Info | AND | OR | XOR | NOT |
---|---|---|---|---|

HOW | B1 correct + B2 correct = 1, otherwise 0. | B1 correct OR B2 correct = 1, otherwise 0. | EXACTLY 1 Byte correct = 1, otherwise 0. |
Ignore B2. B1 correct = 0, otherwise 1. |

*(Bytes are referred to as "B1" and "B2" respectively.)*