10 examples of 'golang xor' in Go

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16func (z *Share) Xor(x, y *Share) {
17 for i := range z {
18 z[i] = x[i] ^ y[i]
19 }
20}
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115func (z *setBits) xor(x, y *setBits) {
116 setMap(x, y, z)
117 setMap(y, x, z)
118 return
119}
1042func (z *Int) Xor(x, y *Int) *Int {
1043 z[0] = x[0] ^ y[0]
1044 z[1] = x[1] ^ y[1]
1045 z[2] = x[2] ^ y[2]
1046 z[3] = x[3] ^ y[3]
1047 return z
1048}
173func (self *IntegerObject) OP__xor__(rt *Runtime, args ...Object) (results []Object) {
174 results = self.binary(rt, "__xor__", args[0])
175 return
176}
87func UnaryOpXOR(x interface{}) interface{} {
88 switch x.(type) {
89 case uint8:
90 return ^x.(uint8)
91 case uint16:
92 return ^x.(uint16)
93 case uint32:
94 return ^x.(uint32)
95 case uint64:
96 return ^x.(uint64)
97 case uint:
98 return ^x.(uint)
99 case int8:
100 return ^x.(int8)
101 case int16:
102 return ^x.(int16)
103 case int32:
104 return ^x.(int32)
105 case int64:
106 return ^x.(int64)
107 case int:
108 return ^x.(int)
109 }
110 panic("unary(^) can take integers")
111}
34func xor(a [16]byte, b [16]byte) [16]byte {
35 distance := [16]byte{0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0}
36
37 for i := 0; i < 16; i++ {
38 distance[i] = a[i] ^ b[i]
39 }
40 return distance
41}
35func Xor(a, b interface{}) interface{} {
36
37 switch a1 := a.(type) {
38 case int:
39 switch b1 := b.(type) {
40 case int:
41 return a1 ^ b1
42 }
43 }
44 return panicUnsupportedOp2("^", a, b)
45}
273func opXor(pc *uint64, interpreter *EVMInterpreter, contract *Contract, memory *Memory, stack *Stack) ([]byte, error) {
274 x, y := stack.pop(), stack.peek()
275 y.Xor(x, y)
276
277 interpreter.IntPool.put(x)
278 return nil, nil
279}
956func (t *Traverser) ExprBinaryLogicalXor(n *ast.ExprBinaryLogicalXor) {
957 n.Accept(t.v)
958
959 t.Traverse(n.Left)
960 t.Traverse(n.Right)
961}
19func xor(xs ...int64) int64 {
20 var ret int64
21 for _, x := range xs {
22 ret ^= x
23 }
24 return ret
25}

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