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Bitwise right-shift. When called, shifts all bits in a number the specified amount to the right. For example, twelve is 1100 in binary. Shifting it two bits to the right makes it 3 (11). A right-shift is also equivalent to number / 2shift.
|Shifting ten (1010) 2 bits to the left. This should output 2, as 1010 becomes 10 (the last bit is dropped.)|
local ten = 10 print(bit32.rshift(ten, 2))