Write a function Add() that returns sum of two integers. The function should not use any of the arithmetic operators (+, ++, –, -, … etc).

Sum of two bits can be obtained by performing XOR (^) of the two bits. Carry bit can be obtained by performing AND (&) of two bits.

Above is simple Half Adder logic that can be used to add 2 single bits. We can extend this logic for integers. If x and y don’t have set bits at same position(s), then bitwise XOR (^) of x and y gives the sum of x and y. To incorporate common set bits also, bitwise AND (&) is used. Bitwise AND of x and y gives all carry bits. We calculate (x & y) << 1 and add it to x ^ y to get the required result.

`// C# Program to add two numbers`

`// without using arithmetic operator`

`using`

`System;`

`class`

`GFG`

`{`

` `

`static`

`int`

`Add(`

`int`

`x, `

`int`

`y)`

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`{`

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`// Iterate till there is no carry`

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`while`

`(y != 0)`

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`{`

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`// carry now contains common`

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`// set bits of x and y`

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`int`

`carry = x & y;`

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`// Sum of bits of x and`

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`// y where at least one`

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`// of the bits is not set`

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`x = x ^ y;`

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`// Carry is shifted by`

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`// one so that adding it`

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`// to x gives the required sum`

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`y = carry << 1;`

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`}`

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`return`

`x;`

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`}`

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`// Driver code`

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`public`

`static`

`void`

`Main()`

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`{`

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`Console.WriteLine(Add(15, 32));`

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`}`

`}`

**Output :**

47