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Turn on a rightmost unset bit

"Turning on a rightmost unset bit" means to set the value of the binary digit (bit) that is the rightmost unset (0) to 1.

Set the rightmost unset bit in a number

For example, if we have the binary number 101000001, the rightmost unset bit is the second digit from the right, which is a 0. Turning on this bit would result in the binary number 101000011.

This operation is often used in computer programming, particularly in bitwise operations and in algorithms that involve binary representation of numbers

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