operator ^= what exactly it does
what is the action of the operator ^= ?
Why do you ask? Do you have an example of it being used somewhere?
I preparing to job interview and I am doing some online test and they used it.
And - in what context did they use it?
Ok - once again I did the research for someone too lazy to make the slightest effort (some job hiree you're gonna be!).
Just curious. Does this job involve C# programming? Because if it does, you should have at Least looked in your C# reference as a start.
Start here when you don't know/understand any PHP operator: http://us1.php.net/manual/en/languag...precedence.php
Frankly, I reckon the bit-wise Xor assignment operator is used in something like one in a million* PHP scripts (if that many), making it a rather useless interview question for at least 99%* of the PHP jobs out there.
* Caution: 68.3% of all statistics are made up.
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ginerjm this is the php section, so my question was about php, not c#.
Your answer is totally irrelevant.
I tried to find it via google but the results confuse me.
NogDog, thank you.
My answer was the only answer that matched your question about ^=. Since it is not specifically referenced in the PHP manual, I decided to branch out in the research I was doing for you(!) and offered up the only documented usage I found.
Do your own research next time and you won't have to put up with potentially misleading results.
Oh - and sorry to hear about your inability to understand some information you found on google. Can't wait to see how you handle your first set of job specs.
ginerjm, this is a php section, why would I ask question here about c#?
Anyway I don't understand your problem, I asked question about something specific, because I see this forum as a place to ask specific question, if you don't want to answer you don't have to.
Just don't patronize!
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