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C program without using Arithmetic operators for Math table?

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Can Anyone write the C program without using Arthimethic operators for Math table?

posted Sep 18, 2013 by Giri Prasad

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Is bitwise operator OK, also math tables means basic operations i.e. +, - , X and /. Please clarify.
Yes is it ok
u already got the answer

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Hope below code snippet may help if you are ok with bitwise operator for addition

int xor, and, temp;
and = x & y;
xor = x ^ y; 

while(and != 0 )
 and <<= 1; 
 temp = xor ^ and;
 and &= xor; 
 xor = temp; 

For multiplying a and b add "a" "b" times

unsigned int mult(unsigned int a,unsigned int b)
    unsigned int counter=0;
    unsigned int mult = a;
    if(a == 0 || b == 0)
    return 0;

    //Optimize if any of the number is power of two then
    //Just right shift other with value of this number

    while(counter < b )
    counter = add(counter,1);
    mult = add(mult,a);
    return mult;
answer Sep 18, 2013 by anonymous
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