BITAND is a bitwise operation which returns a decimal number of two bitwise AND operation.

*Syntax*

=BITAND(number1, number2)

*Arguments*

number1: First numerical value for BITAND operation

number2: Second numerical value for BITAND operation

We have taken an example for bitwise operation first four numbers are shown how operation perform in bitwise AND

If number 1 and number 2 both are "1" than BITAND returns "1" otherwise it will return "0"

in last row you can see we have taken number1 as "11" and number 2 as "12" and BITAND returns "8".

See How 8 4 2 1

in the binary system, 11 is written as 1 0 1 1

and 12 is written as 1 1 0 0

So here BITAND Function will give you the number where both "1" is present it is"8"

*Usage*

BITAND is used to bitwise calculation in digital programming.

*Returns*

Decimal number evaluated by bitwise operation

**Note:**

Number1 and number 2 should not be greater than (2^48)-1

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