Rotate Function

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Edition Date: March 2018
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Owning Palette: Data Manipulation Functions

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Rotates x the number of bits specified by y.

The connector pane displays the default data types for this polymorphic function.

Details  

y specifies the number of bits in x that the function rotates. If y is greater than 0, the function shifts the first y bits at the left end of x to the right end. If y is less than 0, the function shifts the first y bits at the right end of x to the left end.
If x is an 8-, 16-, 32-, or 64-bit integer, then for any value of y, y ± 8, y ± 16, y ± 32, or y ± 64 yields the same output value, respectively, as y. For example, if x is an 8-bit integer, y = 1 and y = 9 yield the same result.
x rotated left by y is the result of the rotation. The data type of x rotated left by y is determined by the data type of the x input.

Rotate Details

The following table illustrates how x and y affect x rotated left by y:

yxx rotated left by yComments
13 (00000011)6 (00000110)This function shifts the first one bit on the left, 0, to the right end.
23 (00000011)12 (00001100)This function shifts the first two bits on the left, 00, to the right end.
–33 (00000011)96 (01100000)This function shifts the first three bits on the right, 011, to the left end.

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