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$bitNot (aggregation)

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New in version 6.3.

$bitNot

Returns the result of a bitwise not operation on a single int or long value.

The $bitNot operator has the following syntax:

{ $bitNot: <expression> }

The expression can be a single argument or an array with one int or long element.

Note

All numbers in mongosh are doubles, not integers. To specify integers in mongosh, use the NumberInt() or the NumberLong() constructor. To learn more, see Int32 or Long.

To learn how your MongoDB driver handles numeric values, refer to your driver's documentation.

If any arguments in the array are of a different data type such as a string, double, or decimal, MongoDB returns an error.

If the expression evalutates to null, the operation returns null.

The example on this page uses the switches collection:

db.switches.insertMany( [
{ _id: 0, a: NumberInt(0), b: NumberInt(127) },
{ _id: 1, a: NumberInt(2), b: NumberInt(3) },
{ _id: 2, a: NumberInt(3), b: NumberInt(5) }
] )

The following aggregation uses the $bitNot operator in the $project stage:

db.switches.aggregate( [
{
$project: {
result: {
$bitNot: "$a"
}
}
}
])

The operation returns the following results:

[
{ _id: 0, result: -1 },
{ _id: 1, result: -3 },
{ _id: 2, result: -4 }
]

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