Java bit operations error (convert to byte and convert back)



I'm trying to convert date of birth (three ints) to byte and convert it back but I'm having an issue. I have to convert it by using bit operations and send data over multicast server and receive it and change back to int. Server works fine, but bit operations are hard for me. What's the matter with the code:


Convert:


int D=12;
int M=9;
int Y=1983;
short DMY=0;
DMY = (short)(DMY | (D << 19));
DMY = (short)(DMY | (M << 15));
DMY = (short)(DMY | Y);
byte[] data = new byte[3];
data[0] = (byte)(DMY >>> 8 );
data[1]

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Java bit operations error (convert to byte and convert back)
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I'm trying to convert date of birth (three ints) to byte and convert it back but I'm having an issue. I have to convert it by using bit operations and send data over multicast server and receive it and change back to int. Server works fine, but bit operations are hard for me. What's the matter with the code:


Convert:


int D=12;
int M=9;
int Y=1983;
short DMY=0;
DMY = (short)(DMY | (D << 19));
DMY = (short)(DMY | (M << 15));
DMY = (short)(DMY | Y);
byte[] data = new byte[3];
data[0] = (byte)(DMY >>> 8 );
data[1]
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