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  1. Dear Alfred users, This workflow is mainly useful for developers, which needs to evaluate bitwise expressions. I hope you will find it useful. Github: https://github.com/vookimedlo/alfred-bitwise-evaluator alfred-bitwise-evaluator Alfred 3 workflow for evaluating bitwise expressions. Installation Install alfred-bitwise-evaluator workflow. All further updates are handled automatically. Usage In Alfred, type bitwise and enter your bitwise expression which shall be evaluated. Selected result is copied to your clipboard. Expression is being evaluated as you type the expression. If expression cannot be evaluated, either for illegal characters or syntax error, user will be notified about that. Bitwise expression syntax and operators precedence Workflow is based on Perl, therefore it uses its syntax and operators precedence, which is easy to use. The golden rule in programming languages is the following: "If you are unsure about the operator precedence, always use parentheses to be sure what you are doing.". It's not a shame! OPERATOR NAME SYNTAX Bitwise NOT ~a Bitwise AND a & b Bitwise OR a Bitwise XOR a ^ b Bitwise left shift a << b Bitwise right shift a >> b Integer formats The four formats listed below are printed. INTEGER FORMAT SYNTAX EXAMPLE Decimal 1234 Binary 0b1110011 Hexadecimal 0x1234 Octal 01234 Workflow Keyword The default workflow keyword bitwise could be changed in alfred workflow settings. This variable will not be overwritten once the new workflow update is installed. Note Before the expression is evaluated, input data will be checked for illegal characters. If those are found, evaluation will not continue. This is done for making the workflow harmless. If you remove this check, you could evaluate any Perl code, which could be pretty dangerous. Do that only if you know what you are doing!!!
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