# operator ^ abstract method

- int other

Bit-wise exclusive-or operator.

Treating both `this`

and `other`

as sufficiently large two's component
integers, the result is a number with the bits set that are set in one,
but not both, of `this`

and `other`

If the operands have the same sign, the result is non-negative, otherwise the result is negative.

Example:

```
print((2 ^ 1).toRadixString(2)); // 0010 ^ 0001 -> 0011
print((3 ^ 1).toRadixString(2)); // 0011 ^ 0001 -> 0010
print((10 ^ 2).toRadixString(2)); // 1010 ^ 0010 -> 1000
```

## Implementation

`int operator ^(int other);`