The Excel BITOR function returns a decimal number representing the bitwise OR of two numbers. For each corresponding bit in the binary representation of the numbers a logical OR operation is performed, and the resulting number returned.
Returns a 'Bitwise Or' of two numbers
=BITOR (number1, number2)
number1 - A positive decimal number.
number2 - A positive decimal number.
The input numbers must be greater than or equal to zero and no larger than 2^48 - 1.
The OR function is a logical function to test multiple conditions at the same time. OR returns either TRUE or FALSE. For example, to test A1 for either "x" or "y", use =OR(A1="x",A1="y"). The OR function can be used as the logical test inside the...
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