Integer.lowestOneBit() method in Java

To understand the concept of Integer.lowestOneBit(), let’s say we have a decimal value:

The Binary of 155 is:

The lowest one bit is at position 1, therefore the lowestOneBit() method returns a single bit with the position of the rightmost one-bit value. The value returned is int.

Example 1

Following is an example to get the position of rightmost one-bit using Integer.lowestOneBit():


Example 2


Example 3

If the decimal value passes is 0, the lowestOneBit() method returns 0 as in the below example:


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