INPUT IS DECIMAL NUMBER. CONVERT IT INTO A BINARY SEQUENCE. THEN SHIFT THE SEQUENCE BY AN AMOUNT OF GIVEN NUMBER OF BITS.
FOR EXAMPLE: a=120; & n=5;
then output will be:1100011
The indices of the input->output do not match (i.e. y(end) corresponds to x(1)). Was this done on purpose?
I really don't think the "y_correct" answer in test suite is correct.
The Goldbach Conjecture, Part 2
Factorize THIS, buddy
String substitution, sub problem to cryptoMath
Symmetry of vector
Find and replaces spaces from a input string with *
ZigZag matrix with reflected format
COUNT VOWEL 2
Diagonal & Anti-Diagonal Matrix: Easy
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