operator.ixor()


Definition
The method return with a=a+b. 

Syntax
operator.ixor(a,b)
__ixor__
a=a+b


Parameters
number

Import module
Importing module is required in the Shell window and the Editor window.

Examples
The method returns as: 
>>> a=3
>>> b=4
>>> operator.ixor(a,b)

7


operator.__ixor__(a,b)
The return is same:
 >>> a=3
>>> b=4
>>> a=operator.__ixor__(a,b)
>>> a
7

a^=b
The method returns with: 
 >>> a=3
>>> b=4
>>> a^=b
>>> a
3
>>>


round(math.tan())/round(math.sin())
The method is rounded to let the operator get the value because operator does not support float.
>>> import operator
>>> import math
>>> a=round(math.tan(1))

>>> b=round(math.sin(1))
>>> operator.ixor(a,b)
3
>>>

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