I wrote this simple program using Perl programming language to show you how to declare and use bitwise operators in Perl.
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$a = 80; $b = 23; print("\n"); print ("\tBitwise Operators in Perl"); print("\n\n"); print("\tValue of \$a = $a and value of \$b = $b\n"); $c = $a & $b; print("\tValue of \$a & \$b = $c\n"); $c = $a | $b; print("\tValue of \$a | \$b = $c\n"); $c = $a ^ $b; print("\tValue of \$a ^ \$b = $c\n"); $c = ~$a; print("\tValue of ~\$a = $c\n"); $c = $a << 2; print("\tValue of \$a << 2 = $c\n"); $c = $a >> 2; print("\tValue of \$a >> 2 = $c\n");