# Sets the specified bit (0-31) in the integer argument. : Binary Bit « Language Basics « Java

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Sets the specified bit (0-31) in the integer argument.

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//package org.simpledbm.common.util;
/**
* @author Dibyendu
* @since 20 Nov 2006
*/
**public** **class** BitwiseOperations {
/**
* Sets the specified bit (0-31) in the integer argument.
*
* @param x
* Integer argument
* @param p
* Position of the bit to be set.
* @return Modified integer
*/
**static** **final** **int** setbit(**final** **int** x, **final** **int** p) {
**return** x | (1 << (31 - p));
}
}

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