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# Xor Equation

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### #1 brennr26

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Posted 05 November 2005 - 09:18 AM

Can any body tell me if this equation can be solved for X and Y,
and if so how do i do it.

62403 = 1 + [ ( 8 + X ) ^ 40505 ^ Y ];
52879 = 2 + [ ( 53004 + X ) ^ 37370 ^ (7800 + Y) ];

where ^ means xor.

I have worked out the equation as far as this...

54020 = ( 53004 + X ) ^ (8 + X);

...but now I am stuck.

Edited by brennr26, 05 November 2005 - 09:49 AM.

### #2 tsg1zzn

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Posted 13 February 2006 - 06:34 AM

Xor what? Boolean xor? If so, what values are good for true and false? Bitwise xor? If so, how is the values represented? Integers or floats?

Edit: If ^ is bitwise xor on integers X can get TONS of values. For example -9960968. Or:
X: 504.
X: 505.
X: 506.
X: 507.
X: 512.
X: 513.
X: 514.
X: 515.
X: 520.
X: 521.
X: 522.
X: 523.
X: 528.
X: 529.
X: 530.
X: 531.
X: 536.
X: 537.
X: 538.
X: 539.
X: 544.
X: 545.
X: 546.
X: 547.
X: 552.
X: 553.
X: 554.
X: 555.
X: 560.
X: 561.
X: 562.
X: 563.
X: 568.
X: 569.
X: 570.
X: 571.
X: 576.
X: 577.
X: 578.
X: 579.
X: 584.
X: 585.
X: 586.
X: 587.
X: 592.
X: 593.
X: 594.
X: 595.
X: 600.
X: 601.
X: 602.
X: 603.
X: 608.
X: 609.
X: 610.
X: 611.
X: 616.
X: 617.
X: 618.
X: 619.
X: 624.
X: 625.
X: 626.
X: 627.
X: 632.
X: 633.
X: 634.
X: 635.
X: 640.
X: 641.
X: 642.
X: 643.
X: 648.
X: 649.
X: 650.
X: 651.
X: 656.
X: 657.
X: 658.
X: 659.
X: 664.
X: 665.
X: 666.
X: 667.
X: 672.
X: 673.
X: 674.
X: 675.
X: 680.
X: 681.
X: 682.
X: 683.
X: 688.
X: 689.
X: 690.
X: 691.
X: 696.
X: 697.
X: 698.
X: 699.
X: 704.
X: 705.
X: 706.
X: 707.
X: 712.
X: 713.
X: 714.
X: 715.
X: 720.
X: 721.
X: 722.
X: 723.
X: 728.
X: 729.
X: 730.
X: 731.
X: 736.
X: 737.
X: 738.
X: 739.
X: 744.
X: 745.
X: 746.
X: 747.
X: 752.
X: 753.
X: 754.
X: 755.

(I made a program to print it out).

Edited by tsg1zzn, 13 February 2006 - 06:43 AM.

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