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In computing, bit twiddler may refer to:
- A piece of source code that does bit twiddling, which may mean:
- A programmer who writes bit twiddlers, as described above
- Hacker, an enthusiast or a programmer with profound understanding of the fundamentals of computer operation
- Hex editor, a software application that allows the manipulation of binary computer files
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