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Yes, because the endianess does not care for the used logical operations.

If you think of multiplication / division instead of the shift operations and of addition instead of the OR operation it should be clear. The operation values are just high or low parts where the internally used bit or byte order does not care. Casting is similar (extending with high zeroes upon up-casting and masking out the lower bits upon down-casting).
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