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Boolean operation

Boolean And produces a value of true if and only if both of its Boolean operands are true.

Truth table

A B A and B
  false     false     false
  false   true   false
  true   false   false
  true   true   true

Bitwise operation

Logical And (aka Bitwise And) requires ordinal operands and sets a bit in the result variable to 1 if and only if both of the corresponding bits in the operands are 1.

Is power of two

function IsPowerOfTwo( const aValue : longint ): boolean;
  x : longint;
  b : boolean;
  b := false;
  if aValue <> 0 then
      x := aValue - 1;
      x := x and aValue;
      if x = 0 then b := true;
  result := b;

If you call IsPowerOfTwo(4) then you get true. If you call IsPowerOfTwo(5) then you get false .

See also