Ayyyyy. I can't disagree with your level of enthusiasm! Bitmasks are definitely great for these kinds of use cases. As long as the code for these design patterns are relatively straightforward and easy to fathom, bitmasks aren't really as "bad" and "esoteric" as I have made them to seem like in the article.
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