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| Performs bitwise OR operation on two decimal or hexadecimal unsigned 24 bit integers <br>(Hexadecimal number representation is simply auto-converted into decimal by the engine)<br><br>
 
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Due to various limitations of the Real Virtuality engine this function is  
 
Due to various limitations of the Real Virtuality engine this function is  

Revision as of 01:22, 31 October 2016

Introduced with Arma 3 Development Branch version 1.651.65
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Description

Description:
Performs bitwise OR operation on two decimal or hexadecimal unsigned 24 bit integers
(Hexadecimal number representation is simply auto-converted into decimal by the engine)

Limitations:
Due to various limitations of the Real Virtuality engine this function is intended to work with unsigned 24 bit integers only. This means that the supported range is 2^0...2^24 (1...16777216)

Syntax

Syntax:
[num1, num2] call BIS fnc bitwiseOR
Parameters:
num1: Number - decimal or hexadecimal unsigned 24 bit integer
num2: Number - decimal or hexadecimal unsigned 24 bit integer
Return Value:
Number - decimal number

Examples

Example 1:
[2 + 4 + 8 + 32, 1] call BIS_fnc_bitwiseOR; // 47 [1 + 2 + 16 + 32, 4 + 8] call BIS_fnc_bitwiseOR; // 63 [1 + 2 + 16 + 32, 4 + 32] call BIS_fnc_bitwiseOR; // 55 [1 + 2 + 16 + 32, 16 + 32] call BIS_fnc_bitwiseOR; // 51

Additional Information

Execution:
call
See also:
BIS fnc bitwiseANDBIS fnc bitwiseXORBIS fnc bitwiseNOT

Notes

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