 # C++: Bitwise Operations Write a routine to perform a bitwise AND, OR, and XOR on two integers, a bitwise NOT on the first integer, a left shift, right shift, right arithmetic shift, left rotate, and right rotate. All shifts and rotates should be done on the first integer with a shift/rotate amount of the second integer. If any operation is not available in your language, note it.

```#include <iostream>

void bitwise(int a, int b)
{
std::cout << "a and b: " << (a & b)  << '\n'; // Note: parentheses are needed because & has lower precedence than <<
std::cout << "a or b:  " << (a | b)  << '\n';
std::cout << "a xor b: " << (a ^ b)  << '\n';
std::cout << "not a:   " << ~a       << '\n';
std::cout << "a shl b: " << (a << b) << '\n'; // Note: "<<" is used both for output and for left shift
std::cout << "a shr b: " << (a >> b) << '\n'; // typically arithmetic right shift, but not guaranteed
unsigned int c = a;
std::cout << "c sra b: " << (c >> b) << '\n'; // logical right shift (guaranteed)
// there are no rotation operators in C++
}
```

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