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check if a number is even and bigger than or equal to 16 using bitwise

Mero answered on July 23, 2022 Popularity 2/10 Helpfulness 1/10

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  • yes, but if i === 1, so from 10 to 19, if i === 2 so, from 20 to 29, if i === 3, so from 30 to 39

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