# Bitwise operations in gimkit

It is quite simple. In an attempt to re-iterate what was previously stated above, there are to logic-gate operations that bitwise operations do. There is an and logic-gate, which means that if both of the digits are equal to 1, then a new digit will be 1. For the second logic-gate, we have an or gate. Basically, if at least one of them is 1, the new digit will be 1. This can be done by checking if the sum of the digits is greater than 0. Because then it is either 1 or 2, which means that either one or both of them is 1. Make sense now?

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How have I not seen this post?

Um, I don’t know. If you could solve it, that would be a big help.

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I am horrible with complex math and with bitwise operations… I have no idea… sorry

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What is the tag clay-institute ?

A tag that I made about the hardest questions on the forum.

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Got it.

It’s the hardest questions on the forum that if it’s solved, it could open up more games and lots of more study.

The name was based off the REAL Clay Institute questions. They are stupid hard. Like P=NP.

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The Riemann Hypothesis.

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Just do it already. I can take it.

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Take what?

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The thing you do with every new user.

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Welcome to the forums, @ClicClac !
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