**Involution (mathematics)**

In mathematics, an **(anti-)involution**, or an **involutary function**, is a function *f* that is its own inverse:

*f*(*f*(*x*)) =*x*for all*x*in the domain of*f*.

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... The XOR bitwise operation with a given value for one parameter is also an involution ... XOR masks were once used to draw graphics on images in such a way that drawing them twice on the background reverts the background to its original state ...

... The XOR bitwise operation with a given value for one parameter is also an involution ... XOR masks were once used to draw graphics on images in such a way that drawing them twice on the background reverts the background to its original state ...

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