gives the bitwise NOT of the integer n.
- Integer mathematical function, suitable for both symbolic and numerical manipulation.
- BitNot[n] turns ones into zeros and vice versa in the binary bit representation of n.
- Integers are assumed to be represented in two's complement form, with an unlimited number of digits, so that BitNot[n] is simply equivalent to .
- BitNot automatically threads over lists.
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Introduced in 1999