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In Pyton:

print (203573355882 >> 32)

i obtain: 47

in AutoIt3 instead:

msgbox(0,0,BitShift(203573355882, 32))

i obtain: 1709892970


How to port Pyton ">>" operator to AutoIt3?

Edited by Ontosy

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Bitwise AutoIt operations are currently limited to 32-bit values, as the help file tells you if you lookup BitShift.

MsgBox(0, 0, Hex(203573355882) & @LF & Hex(BitShift(203573355882, 32), 16))


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