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1.152.4 SmallInteger: built ins

* arg
Multiply the receiver and arg and answer another Number


+ arg
Sum the receiver and arg and answer another Number


- arg
Subtract arg from the receiver and answer another Number


/ arg
Divide the receiver by arg and answer another Integer or Fraction


// arg
Dividing receiver by arg (with truncation towards -infinity) and answer the result


< arg
Answer whether the receiver is less than arg


<= arg
Answer whether the receiver is less than or equal to arg


= arg
Answer whether the receiver is equal to arg


== arg
Answer whether the receiver is the same object as arg


> arg
Answer whether the receiver is greater than arg


>= arg
Answer whether the receiver is greater than or equal to arg


\\ arg
Calculate the remainder of dividing receiver by arg (with truncation towards -infinity) and answer it


asFloatD
Convert the receiver to a FloatD, answer the result


asFloatE
Convert the receiver to a FloatE, answer the result


asFloatQ
Convert the receiver to a FloatQ, answer the result


asObject
Answer the object whose index is in the receiver, nil if there is a free object, fail if index is out of bounds


asObjectNoFail
Answer the object whose index is in the receiver, or nil if no object is found at that index


bitAnd: arg
Do a bitwise AND between the receiver and arg, answer the result


bitOr: arg
Do a bitwise OR between the receiver and arg, answer the result


bitShift: arg
Shift the receiver by arg places to the left if arg > 0, by arg places to the right if arg < 0, answer another Number


bitXor: arg
Do a bitwise XOR between the receiver and arg, answer the result


divExact: arg
Dividing receiver by arg assuming that the remainder is zero, and answer the result


nextValidOop
Answer the index of the first non-free OOP after the receiver. This is used internally; it is placed here to avoid polluting Object.


quo: arg
Dividing receiver by arg (with truncation towards zero) and answer the result


~= arg
Answer whether the receiver is not equal to arg


~~ arg
Answer whether the receiver is not the same object as arg