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I want to replace the bytes. the probability may be. for example. this algorithm is here. (import) If I use this one. it won’t work.
I just use the first bytes. so I can’t know my original data. I want to find the byte of bytes. and should be able to replace.
Then I set a byte by using:
byte tmpByte = 0x78;
int tmpInt = tmpByte;
byte b = ((byte)(tmpInt >> 2));
What I actually do is:
byte tmpByte = tmpInt >> 2;
int tmpInt = tmpByte;
byte b = ((byte)(tmpInt & 0x03));
How can I improve my code?

A:

int byte0;
int byte1;
int byte2;
int byte3;

int int0;
int int1;
int int2;
int int3;

So int0 = byte0, int1 = byte1, int2 = byte2 and int3 = byte3.
Now int0 = 0x78, int1 = 0x21 and so on.
So now you only have to change the byte0, byte1, byte2 and byte3 to have the values that you need.
int byte0 = (byte)(tmpInt & 0x03);
int byte1 = (byte)((tmpInt >> 2) & 0x03);
int byte2 = (byte)((tmpInt >> 4) & 0x03);
int byte3 = (byte)((tmpInt >> 6) & 0x03);

The last line is to deal with the bytes that are in twos. A byte is 16 bits, so the low 8 bits of an int are the ones you need.

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