## How do you find the XOR of two binary numbers?

To find XOR of more than two numbers, represent all numbers in binary representation, add 0’s before if necessary. Write them like this. and so on. To find each bit of XOR just calculate number of 1’s in the corresponding bits.

**What is XOR of two same numbers?**

As we can see, if both bits are similar, then the XOR equals to zero. Otherwise, the result equals to one. Put differently, the bitwise XOR operation equals zero in case the number of ones is even and equals one in case the number of ones is odd.

**What is the fastest way to find XOR of two numbers?**

A Better Solution can find XOR without using a loop.

- Find bitwise OR of x and y (Result has set bits where either x has set or y has set bit).
- To remove extra set bits find places where both x and y have set bits.
- bitwise AND of “(x | y)” and “~x | ~y” produces the required result.

### What happens when we XOR two numbers?

XOR on the same argument: x ^ x = 0 This time we have to check the rows where x = y , i.e. the first and last row. Intuitively, this means that if we apply XOR to the same arguments, they cancel each other out.

**How do you solve XOR?**

Here, we need to observe that our inputs are 0s and 1s. To make it a XOr gate, we will make the h1 node to perform the (x2 AND NOT x1) operation, the h2 node to perform (x1 AND NOT x2) operation and the y node to perform (h1 OR h2) operation.

**What is XOR function?**

The XOR function returns a logical Exclusive Or of all arguments.

#### What is binary XOR?

The binary XOR (exclusive OR) operation has two inputs and one output. It is like the ADD operation which takes two arguments (two inputs) and produces one result (one output). The inputs to a binary XOR operation can only be 0 or 1 and the result can only be 0 or 1.

**What is XOR in binary?**

XOR is a binary operation, it stands for “exclusive or”, that is to say the resulting bit evaluates to one if only exactly one of the bits is set.

**What is XOR truth table?**

Truth Table: The output of an XOR gate is high (1) only when exactly one of its inputs is high (1). If both of an XOR gate’s inputs are low (0), or if both of its inputs are high (1), then the output of the XOR gate is low.

## How do you write XOR?

The logic symbols ⊕, Jpq, and ⊻ can be used to denote an XOR operation in algebraic expressions. C-like languages use the caret symbol ^ to denote bitwise XOR.