Code That Made Me Cry, #CTMMC™

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Bitwise (Java, #28 / 50)

int mystery(int x, int n)
{
   return (x + (x>>31 & ((1 << n) + ~0))) >> n;
}        

People operator usage was the 90's hipster's weapon of choice, much like Scala covariant and contravariant generics are in 2013. Found on Stack Overflow, asked by jon ap

Source: http://stackoverflow.com/q/18984775/521799

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