[LAU] logical AND in Faust

Arnold Krille arnold at arnoldarts.de
Mon Nov 30 15:20:33 EST 2009

Disclaimer: I don't (yet) know faust

On Monday 30 November 2009 20:38:12 Bjoern Lindig wrote:
> I have a problem understanding this piece of faust-code:
> index( n ) = &( n - 1 ) ~ + ( 1 );
> It is from the faust-soft-computing.pdf. I do understand that it works like
>  a counter and I think it should jump back to 0 when it reaches n - 1. But
>  what exactly is the logical AND operator doing?

I think its not a logical AND for expressions but a bitwise AND. Which means 
that only the bits that are set in both arguments pass. Which would make sense 
to have the counter wrap...

Maybe that helps,

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