Given an integer n, find whether it is a power of d or not, where d is itself a power of 2.
Input : n = 256, d = 16 Output : Yes Input : n = 32, d = 16 Output : No
Method 1 Take log of the given number on base d, and if we get an integer then number is power of d.
Method 2 Keep dividing the number by d, i.e, do n = n/d iteratively. In any iteration, if n%d becomes non-zero and n is not 1 then n is not a power of d, otherwise n is a power of d.
A number n is a power of d if following conditions are met.
a) There is only one bit set in the binary representation of n (Note : d is a power of 2)
b) The count of zero bits before the (only) set bit is a multiple of log2(d).
For example: For n = 16 (10000) and d = 4, 16 is a power of 4 because there is only one bit set and count of 0s before the set bit is 4 which is a multiple of log2(4).
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