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}``
``115func (z *setBits) xor(x, y *setBits) {116	setMap(x, y, z)117	setMap(y, x, z)118	return119}``
``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 z1048}``
``173func (self *IntegerObject) OP__xor__(rt *Runtime, args ...Object) (results []Object) {174	results = self.binary(rt, "__xor__", args[0])175	return176}``
``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}3637	for i := 0; i < 16; i++ {38		distance[i] = a[i] ^ b[i]39	}40	return distance41}``
``35func Xor(a, b interface{}) interface{} {3637	switch a1 := a.(type) {38	case int:39		switch b1 := b.(type) {40		case int:41			return a1 ^ b142		}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)276277	interpreter.IntPool.put(x)278	return nil, nil279}``
``956func (t *Traverser) ExprBinaryLogicalXor(n *ast.ExprBinaryLogicalXor) {957	n.Accept(t.v)958959	t.Traverse(n.Left)960	t.Traverse(n.Right)961}``
``19func xor(xs ...int64) int64 {20	var ret int6421	for _, x := range xs {22		ret ^= x23	}24	return ret25}``