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Here is a table of how the various operators will do the logic:
Operators Left expression Right expression Result
0 0 1 1
0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1
0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0
0 0 1 1
0 0 1 1
Bitwise Operators Bitwise operators only work with numeric expressions. If either the right or left expression results in a string an error will be issued. Bitwise operators perform the equivalent logical operation on each bit of the numbers that result from the expressions. So for example if we do 9 bAND 4 then since 9 is 01001 and 4 is 00100 the result will be 00000 which is 0. If we do 9 bOR 4 the result will be 01101 which is 13. Just remember that bAND, for instance is an AND but performed on a bit-by-bit basis. All bitwise operators have the same precedence and are evaluated from left to right if they are in sequence. There are two formats for each operator. This is so you can use the format you are familiar with. The letter formats are not case sensitive so bAnd, band, BAND are the same.
APPENDICES
Bitwise AND (bAND,&) 7 & 2 7 bAND 2 Bitwise OR (bOR, |) 6 | 1 6 bOR 1 Bitwise XOR (bXOR, @) 6 @ 2 6 bXOR 2 Bitwise NOT (bNOT, ~) ~1 bNOT 1 ~0 bNOT 0 ~5 ~ ( 6) Shift Right (bSh iftR, >>) h 514 >> 1 514 bShiftR 1 Shift Left (bShiftL, <<) 5 << 4 5 b ShiftL 4 Rotate Right (bRotR)* 514 bRotR 1
equals 2 equals 2 equals 7 equals 7 equals 4 equals 4 equals 2 equals 2 equals 1 equals 1 equals 6 equals 5 equals 257 equals 257 equals 80 equals 80 equals 1
This bitwise operator operates only on a byte. If the number is greater than 255 the lowest byte alone is used and all other bytes are zeroed. Rotate Left:bRotL 5 bRotL 4 equals 80
This bitwise operator operates only on a byte. If the number is greater than 255 the lowest byte alone is used and all other bytes are zeroed. B.7.6 CONSTANTS Constants are numerical values de ned within RobotBASIC, but instead of using the number you can use a name for the number. This is the same as using a simple variable. The names have been de ned within RobotBASIC and you can either use the number if you can remember what it is or use the name anywhere the number is needed. Constants can be used anywhere a numerical expression is required. Constant names are not case sensitive so Red and red are the same. There are constants that de ne colors, there are constants to de ne things like true and false, and many more.
NOTE:
Refer to the constants help page within the IDE for a list of all constant values
THE ROBOTBASIC LANGUAGE
B.7.7 FUNCTIONS Functions are expressions that use expressions as parameters and return a number or string. A function can be used anywhere a number or string resulting expression can be used. The form of a function is as follows:
FunctionName(parameter,parmeter,...)
The parameters are expressions and can also be other functions, since a function is an expression. If the function does not take parameters then you only have the parenthesis and nothing in between them, for example rFeel(). RobotBASIC has many functions that return strings or numbers and accept strings or numbers as parameters. There are functions to get the sine of an angle, to convert a string to uppercase, to convert a oat to an integer, to convert a number to string, and much more. Some functions operate on an entire array. In those functions you pass the array name as a parameter to the function. For example:
Print sin(40*pi()/180) B = ToUpper( test ) + Spaces(30) A = Left(B,20)+ __ If !(rFeel() & 2) then rTurn 3
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