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#include <bitset>
#include <iostream>
#include <limits>

using namespace std;

int main( )
{
   // write a decimal integer as a binary number
   int num = 100;
   cout  << "\n\nDecimal number: " << num << "\tBinary equivalent: " << bitset<8>(num<< endl;
}














18.1.bitset
18.1.1.Initialize a bitset with hex number
18.1.2.A bitset to hold 8-bits
18.1.3.Read a binary number into a bitset
18.1.4.Test value in a bitset
18.1.5.Create a copy of a bitset
18.1.6.Reset bit in a bitset
18.1.7.instantiate a bitset object for 8 bits, given an unsigned long init value
18.1.8.Instantiate a bitset object for holding 5 bits, initialize it to a bit sequence supplied by a string
18.1.9.Instantiate a bitset object for holding 4 bits, all initialized to '0000'
18.1.10.write a decimal integer as a binary number
18.1.11.Use bitset with enum together
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