Christoph Feck <> changed:

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--- Comment #5 from Christoph Feck <> ---
Given that "a << b" can be mathematically defined as "a * 2^b", it works as

The reason compilers forbid negative shifts is because CPU instruction sets
handle left and right shifts separately.

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