I am trying to perform the bitwise XOR operation on a 32-bit system where both numbers are 16-digit decimals (base 10).
However, the largest unsigned integer number enterable in the 32-bit system is 4,294,967,295. My background isn't really in computational theory. Is there a way I can still do the XOR operation using two 16-digit numbers even though my system is 32-bit?
If not, I assume the only way is to write my own XOR operation?