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 Explain - binary number
#1
Hi,
I ask if there is someone could be explain this code that I found and why it was used this solution,because I didn't find nothing on Internet , only a fucntion called bin().
This program should be print the max rappresentation of binary number ,passed before in number with base 10 and then converted in binary number.

5	n = int(input())
6	max_one_count = 0
7	one_count = 0
8	
9	while n != 0:
10	        factor = n // 2
11	        remainder = n - 2 * factor
12	        n = factor
13	if remainder == 1:
14	        one_count += 1
15	        max_one_count = max(max_one_count, one_count)
16	else:
17	        one_count = 0
18	
19	print(max_one_count)
Regards,
RavCoder
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#2
I think that intentation is not correct. I assume that this is for counting consecutive '1' in binary number and finding longest consecutive run (max_one_count).

Same result can be achieved by 'convert int to binary, split on zeros, find largest element and find it's length'

>>> n = 3      # 0b11
>>> len(max(format(n, 'b').split('0')))
2
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#3
See also this page in the python wiki, especially the functions bitLenCount() and bitCount() with prestigious references to Kernighan and Ritchie and Knuth...
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