Given two integers A & B. Task is to check if A and B are same or not without using comparison operators.
Input : A = 5 , B = 6 Output : 0 Input : A = 5 , B = 5 Output : 1 Note : 1 = "YES" and 0 = "NO"
idea is pretty simple we do Xor of both element ( A , B ) . if Xor is zero then two number are equal else not .
Below is the implementation of above idea :
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