Exclusive OR, either of the terms but not both together. (A or B) not (A and B). Syn.

A boolean operator that performs a logical exclusion on two expressions. The result of the operation is true if and only if only one of the expression is true. Here is the truth table for the XOR operator: A XOR B = Result 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0

Acronym for exclusive OR, a type of logic gate where a logic 1 output is based upon A or B inputs being present - but not both. The electronic symbol for admittance - the inverse of impedance.

Exclusive OR. An exclusive OR is true if one of the inputs is true, but not both."A XOR B" means "A or B, but not both.".

A standard operation on bits. 0 XOR 0=0, 0 XOR 1=1, 1 XOR 0=1 1 XOR 1=0

An operation that can be executed on two or more binary strings. XOR returns true, or "1", if only one of the two strings contains a 1 at a particular...

A boolean operator which yields a result of 1 if one or other of two inputs is also 1, but not both. Used as the main part or the algorithm for some weak cryptographic schemes and also as an additional step in stronger ones.

a boolean operator that performs a logical e clusive OR. If either operand is True, the result is True, but if both operands and True, the result is False. For example, True XOR False = True, False XOR False = False, True XOR True = False. See and, or, not, and refer to the TechNote, " Understanding Boolean Operators".

Exclusive or. A logical operator (exclusive disjunction) in which the operation yields the result of true when one, and only one, of its operands is true.

A binary bitwise operator yielding the result one if the two values are different and zero otherwise.