bits not for bits

Performs logical negation on each bit.

WARNING

Command bits not was not included in the official binaries by default, you have to build it with --features=extra flag

Signature

> bits not {flags}

Flags

  • --signed, -s: always treat input number as a signed number
  • --number-bytes, -n {string}: the size of unsigned number in bytes, it can be 1, 2, 4, 8, auto

Input/output types:

inputoutput
intint
list<int>list<int>

Examples

Apply logical negation to a list of numbers

> [4 3 2] | bits not
╭───┬─────────────────╮
 0  140737488355323 
 1  140737488355324 
 2  140737488355325 
╰───┴─────────────────╯

Apply logical negation to a list of numbers, treat input as 2 bytes number

> [4 3 2] | bits not --number-bytes '2'
╭───┬───────╮
 0  65531 
 1  65532 
 2  65533 
╰───┴───────╯

Apply logical negation to a list of numbers, treat input as signed number

> [4 3 2] | bits not --signed
╭───┬────╮
 0  -5 
 1  -4 
 2  -3 
╰───┴────╯