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By LunaticPriest, history, 7 months ago, In English,

Hello Codeforces community, I am trying to find the sum of XOR of all pairs in an array, where: n < 3*10^5 and A[i] < 2^60. My algorithm works as follows: For each bit 0 to 59, find how many 0s and 1s there are. Then add (zero_count*one_count*bit_value) to the answer, and finally, print the answer MOD 1e10+7. I know that the algorithm is correct, but I'm still getting wrong answers. In the beginning, I was getting an overflow because of the bit-shifting, but I fixed it. I am taking mods everywhere, and I can't find where the bug is. Here is the code. Thanks a lot for taking your time and helping me.

 
 
 
 
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Still overflow if zc=oc=1e5 and 1<<I %mod is close to mod

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https://atcoder.jp/contests/abc147/tasks/abc147_d

Isn't this the problem? In the future, you can just link to a problem instead of restating it (especially if it's from the same day).

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Try to fix the mod operations.That part is giving you the wrong answer. Link

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    I really appreciate the fix!!! My last question is: what does the outside function change in the process?

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Just rework this string:
sum = (sum + (zc*oc*((ll)1<<i)%MOD)%MOD)%MOD;
like this:
sum = (sum + ((zc * oc) % MOD * ((1ll << i) % MOD)) % MOD) % MOD;