Additional features are discussed in this article.
1. ixor () : — This function is used to assign and change the current value . This operation performs the operation " a ^ = b ". The not assignment is true for immutable containers such as strings, numbers, and tuples.
2. ipow () : — This function is used to assign and exponentiate the current value . This operation performs the operation " a ** = b ". The not assignment is true for immutable containers such as strings, numbers, and tuples.

Output:
The value after xoring and assigning: 15 The value after exponentiating and assigning: 625
3. iand () : — this function is used to assign both bitwise and current values . This operation performs the operation “ a & amp; = b ". The not assignment is true for immutable containers such as strings, numbers, and tuples.
4. ior () : — This function is used to assignment and bitwise or current value . This operation performs the operation “ a  = b ". The not assignment is true for immutable containers such as strings, numbers, and tuples.

Output:
The value after bitwise or, and assigning: 15 The value after bitwise and, and assigning: 4
5. ilshift () : — this function is used to assign and bitwise shift the current value by the second argument . This operation performs the operation " a & lt; & lt; = b ". The not assignment is true for immutable containers such as strings, numbers, and tuples.
6. irshift () : — This function is used to assign and bitwise offset the rights of the current value as the second argument . This operation performs the operation " a & gt; & gt; = b ". The not assignment is true for immutable containers such as strings, numbers, and tuples.

Output:
The value after bitwise left shift and assigning: 32 The value after bitwise right shift and assigning: 2
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