Given two integers x and n, the task is to search for the first consecutive stream of 1s (in the x’s 32-bit binary representation) which is greater than or equal to n in length and return its position. If no such string exists then return -1.
Input: x = 35, n = 2
Binary representation of 35 is 00000000000000000000000000100011 and two consecutive 1’s are present at position 31.
Input: x = 32, n = 3
32 = 00000000000000000000000000100000 in binary and it does not have a sub-string of 3 consecutive 1’s.
Approach: Use Bitwise operation to calculate the no. of leading zeros in the number and then use it to find the position from where we need to start searching for consecutive 1’s. Skip the search for leading zeros.
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