First convert number into binary using bin() function. Then skip the first two character of binary representation because bin() appends 0b as a prefix in a binary representation of the number and reverse the remaining part. From also character and reverse it till second last character from left. Convert a reversed binary string into integer.
integernumber(n,bit_size) /* n is the number and bit_size is the bitsize */ Step 1: first convert number into binary . Step 2: skip the first two characters of binary representation string and reverse. Step 3: remaining string and then append 0’s after it. Step 4: from the last character and reverse it until second last character from the left. Step 5: converts reversed binary string into an integer.
# Python Program reverse bits of positive integer number defintegernumber(n,bit_size): bin_number = bin(n) reverse_number = bin_number[-1:1:-1] reverse_number = reverse_number + (bit_size - len(reverse_number))*'0' print ("Reverse Bits ::>",int(reverse_number,2)) # Driver program if __name__ == "__main__": n = int(input("Enter Number ::>")) bit_size = int(input("Enter Bit Size ::>")) integernumber(n,bit_size)
Enter Number ::>1 Enter Bit Size ::>32 Reverse Bits ::> 2147483648 Enter Number ::>2147483648 Enter Bit Size ::>32 Reverse Bits ::> 1