Given an unsigned number, find the minimum number that could be formed by using the bits of the given unsigned number.
Input : 6
Output : 3
Binary representation of 6 is 0000….0110. Smallest number with same number of set bits 0000….0011.
Input : 11
Output : 7
1. Find binary representation of the number using simple decimal to binary representation technique.
2. Count number of set bits in the binary representation equal to ‘n’.
3. Create a binary representation with it’s ‘n’ least significant bits set to 1.
4. Convert the binary representation back to the number.
1. Just measure the number of 1’s present in the bit representation of the number.
2. (Number of set bits raised to the power of 2) – 1 represents the minimized number.
Note : The above code uses GCC specific functions. If we wish to write code for other compilers, we may use Count set bits in an integer.
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