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1. // Assuming signed 8-bit integers
2. 01100101 // How 101 is represented in binary
3. 00110010 // After right shifting one bit, this represents 50
4.
5. // Assuming signed 8-bit integers
6. 01100101 // How 101 is represented in binary
7. 11001010 // After left shifting one bit, this represents -54
8.
9. // Assuming unsigned 8-bit integers
10. 01100101 // How 101 is represented in binary
11. 11001010 // After left shifting one bit, this represents 202
12.
13. // Assuming signed 16-bit integers
14. 00000000 01100101 // How 101 is represented in binary
15. 00000000 11001010 // After left shifting one bit, this represents 202
16. 00000001 10010100 // After left shifting one bit again, this represents 404
17.
18. 5287
19.
20. 5287 = (5 * 1000) + (2 * 100) + (8 * 10) + (7 * 1)
21.
22. 5287 = (5 * 10^3) + (2 * 10^2) + (8 * 10^1) + (7 * 10^0)
23.
24. 5287 = 00010100 10100111 (base 2)
25.      = (0 * 2^15) + (0 * 2^14) + (0 * 2^13) + (1 * 2^12)
26.      + (0 * 2^11) + (1 * 2^10) + (0 * 2^9)  + (0 * 2^8)
27.      + (1 * 2^7)  + (0 * 2^6)  + (1 * 2^5)  + (0 * 2^4)
28.      + (0 * 2^3)  + (1 * 2^2)  + (1 * 2^1)  + (1 * 2^0)
29.
30. Base 10 : Base 2
31.    1 : 0001
32.    2 : 0010
33.    3 : 0011
34.    4 : 0100
35.    5 : 0101
36.    6 : 0110
37.    7 : 0111
38.    8 : 1000
39.
40. class X
41.       {
42.        public static void main(String args[])
43.        {
44.          System.out.println("20>>2 = "+20>>2);
45.        }
46.       }
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