How to use 'bitwise operator in python' in Python

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308def visit_UnaryOp(self, node):
309 'Replace bitwise unaryop with function call'
310 self.generic_visit(node)
311 if isinstance(node.op, ast.Invert):
312 return ast.Call(ast.Name('mnot', ast.Load()),
313 [node.operand], [], None, None)
314 return node
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161def _Bitand(self, t):
162 """ Bit and operation.
163 """
164
165 for i, node in enumerate(t.nodes):
166 self._write("(")
167 self._dispatch(node)
168 self._write(")")
169 if i != len(t.nodes)-1:
170 self._write(" & ")

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