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And Rust
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just an info, Elixir and Rust have both bitwise operatos, dont make Kotlin be the black sheep ^^
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I don't know about Rust, just remembered it hadnt the ?: operator
But elixir have bitwise "operators" as macros in a module
and for obvious reasons not the assignment ones
That doesnt mean im against the inclusion of bitwise operators in kotlin
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Rust is a low-level language, competing with C++, it having bitwise operators may provide little support for their inclusion in Kotlin
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kotlin-native isn't the same?