## Check if given number is power of 4 or not

Given a number, check if it is power of four or not.

Read More Check if given number is power of 4 or notCoding made easy

Given a number, check if it is power of four or not.

Read More Check if given number is power of 4 or notGiven an integer, reverse its bits using binary operators. The idea is to initialize the result by 0 (all bits 0) and process the given number starting from its least significant bit. If the current bit is 1, then we set the corresponding most significant bit in the result and finally move on …

Read More Reverse Bits of a given IntegerHuffman Coding is a algorithm for doing data compression and it forms the basic idea behind file compression. This post talks about fixed length and variable length encoding, uniquely decodable codes, prefix rules and construction of Huffman Tree.

Read More Huffman CodingGiven a positive number N, efficiently generate all binary numbers between 1 to N.

Read More Generate binary numbers between 1 to NGiven an integer, swap consecutive b bits starting from given positions in binary representation of the integer. The bits to be swapped should not overlap with each other.

Read More Swap individual bits at given position in an integerGiven a number n, find previous power of 2. If n itself is a power of 2, return n.

Read More Round up to the previous power of 2Given a number n, find next highest power of 2. If n itself is a power of 2, return n.

Read More Round up to the next highest power of 2Given two 16-bit positive values stored in 32-bit integer variables, find the product using the 8-bit multiply operator that that takes two 8-bit numbers and returns a 16-bit value.

Read More Multiply 16-bit integers using 8-bit multiplierGiven two integers, find their minimum and maximum without using branching.

Read More Find the minimum or maximum of two integers without using branchingGiven an integer, count set bits in it.

Read More Count set bits using lookup tableGiven an integer, calculate its Parity. The parity refers to the number of 1’s in a given binary number. Odd parity (encoded as 1) means there are an odd number of 1’s and even parity (encoded as 0) means that there are an even number of 1’s. Parity bits are often used as a …

Read More Compute parity of a number using lookup tableGiven an integer, count its set bits.

Read More Brian Kernighan’s Algorithm to count set bits in an integerIn this post, we will discuss few unrelated problems that can be solved using bit manipulation hacks. Below Problems are covered in this post – Problem 1. Find number of bits needed to be flipped to convert given integer to another Problem 2. Conditionally negate a value without branching Problem 3. Find XOR of …

Read More Bit Hacks – Part 6 (Random Problems)Given an integer, compute its absolute value (abs) without branching We can use the expression ((n + mask) ^ mask) where mask is (n >> 31) (assuming 32 bit storage for integers) to compute the absolute value of n. The mask (n >> 31) will be evaluated to 0 for positive numbers and …

Read More Bit Hacks – Part 5 (Find absolute value of an integer without branching)