Well, as it often happens, i was wrong..

i looked at the idea more carefully and youre friend was right shreyas.

One of the outcomes of the xor operation is that it can be inverted easily.

yes,

if x XOR y = z

then y XOR z = x

so you can decrypt z(the encryption) to get x(the original) so long as you have y (which acts as a sort of mask).

This applied to avs.

if you were to XOR blend imageA with imageB, you would get imageC

you could then XOR blend image B with imageC and you would get youre original imageA back!!! wowee...

i didnt know that untill shreyas pointed it out.. very clever, but not very useful...

i looked at the idea more carefully and youre friend was right shreyas.

One of the outcomes of the xor operation is that it can be inverted easily.

yes,

if x XOR y = z

then y XOR z = x

so you can decrypt z(the encryption) to get x(the original) so long as you have y (which acts as a sort of mask).

This applied to avs.

if you were to XOR blend imageA with imageB, you would get imageC

you could then XOR blend image B with imageC and you would get youre original imageA back!!! wowee...

i didnt know that untill shreyas pointed it out.. very clever, but not very useful...

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