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Listing 5-19. Displaying a Binary Representation of a Numeric Type using System; class Listing 19 { static void Main(string[] args) { // define a byte with a value of 138 byte b = 138; // get the binary representation string br = Convert.ToString(b, 2); // print out the value and the binary representation Console.WriteLine("byte value: {0}, binary {1}", b, br); // wait for input before exiting Console.WriteLine("Press enter to finish"); Console.ReadLine(); } } If we compile and run the code in Listing 5-19, we get the following results: byte value: 138, binary 10001010 Press enter to finish You can see that the binary string that is printed matches the content of Figure 5-1. Now that we have discussed how values are stored using bits, we can look at the operators that work on them; the set of C# logical operators is described in Table 5-14. Each of these operators produces an int as the result. Table 5-14. C# Bitwise and Logical Operators
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