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Given a non-negative integer **n**. Reverse the bits of **n** and print the number obtained after reversing the bits.

**Input : **
N = 11
**Output:**
13
**Explanation:**
(11)_{10} = (1011)_{2}.
After reversing the bits we get:
(1101)_{2} = (13)_{10}.

**Example 2:**

**Input : **
N = 10
**Output:**
5
**Explanation:**
(10)_{10} = (1010)_{2}.
After reversing the bits we get:
(0101)_{2} = (101)_{2}
= (5)_{10}.

You don't need to read input or print anything. Your task is to complete the function reverseBits() which takes an integer N as input and returns the number obtained after reversing bits.

1 ≤ N ≤ 10^{9}

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