Statically typed programming languages do type checking (the process of verifying and enforcing the constraints of types) at compile-time as opposed to run-time.
Dynamically typed programming languages do type checking at run-time as opposed to Compile-time.
Military time is very similar to 24 hour time.
There are 2 differences between the military time setting and the 24 hour time setting. Military time uses a leading zero and doesn’t have a colon, while 24 hour time uses a colon but not a leading zero. So 8 o’clock am is shown as 0800 in military and 8:00 in 24 hour time. 8 pm would be 2000(military) and 20:00(24 hour).
Knowing these differences will help with deciding which time format will be of most use for specific purposes.
x = x * 2^value (normal operation)
x << value (bit-wise operation)
x = x * 16 (which is the same as
The left shift equivalent would be
x = x << 4
x = x / 2^value (normal arithmetic operation)
x >> value (bit-wise operation)
x = x / 8 (which is the same as
The right shift equivalent would be
x = x >> 3