Rule: no-bitwise

Disallows bitwise operators.

Specifically, the following bitwise operators are banned: &, &=, |, |=, ^, ^=, <<, <<=, >>, >>=, >>>, >>>=, and ~. This rule does not ban the use of & and | for intersection and union types.

Rationale

Bitwise operators are often typos - for example bool1 & bool2 instead of bool1 && bool2. They also can be an indicator of overly clever code which decreases maintainability.

Config

Not configurable.

Examples
"no-bitwise": true
Schema
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