# BF Last binary digit [duplicate]

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Your task is to write as short as possible program preferably in Brainf**k which determines the last digit of given number after it's conversion from decimal to binary system.

### Input

An integer in decimal system consisting of up to 200 digits. There is a newline character (ASCII 10) after the given number

### Output

One digit (1 or 0) which is the last digit of given number after it's conversion to binary system.

### Example

4372667135165131576213 -> 1

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• Are you looking for codegolf.stackexchange.com/a/113513/17602 ? – Neil Mar 27 at 21:14
• Output has to be last digit of given number after its conversion to binary – jean Mar 27 at 21:18
• ...Which is the parity of the number (i.e. whether it is odd or even) – Jo King Mar 27 at 22:36
• A bf answer from the parity question is here. It should work for decimal-encoded strings too, since the last bit will be 1 iff the number is odd. – GammaFunction Mar 27 at 22:55
• Since you wanted a brainfuck answer on your last question I'd suspect that these are homework questions... except that this is brainfuck lol – Jo King Mar 28 at 0:52

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