the only think where i think it can go wrong is I am using type casting in python but as far as i know it should convert 5.4 or 5.99 also to 5 hence should give similar result to the c++ code
// instead of
Fixed it. Avoid
t=int(input()) for i in range(t): tom=int(input()) ans=0 if(tom%2!=0): ans=tom//2 else: div=1 otom=tom while tom%2==0: tom=tom//2 div=div*2 div=div*2 ans=otom//div print(ans)
Just made slight modifications to your code.
// gives you GREATEST INTEGER FUNCTION or whatever (int part of the quotient)
So use a//b instead of int(a/b)
thanks you I got your point but i am still not getting why int(tom/2) is not equavilent to tom//2
int() gives precision errors. So avoid using it.