how xor is used between two no.? or which command ?

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LL=mod(176+233,256) xor (142);

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Stephen23
Stephen23 on 14 Jun 2019
Edited: Stephen23 on 14 Jun 2019
I suspect that you actually want to be using bitxor (and possibly also specify the classes):
>> bitxor(mod(176+233,256),142)
ans = 23
Note that xor, like all logical operators in MATLAB, treats non-zero elements as true, so given that both mod(176+233,256) and 142 are non-zero we already know that the output will be false:
>> xor(mod(176+233,256),142)
ans = 0

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Raj
Raj on 14 Jun 2019
Edited: Raj on 14 Jun 2019
xor(mod(176+233,256),142)
Is this what you are looking for? Is so,a quick MATLAB documentation search would have sufficed instead of taking the pain to post question here.

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