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Given two numbers M and N. The task is to find the position of the rightmost different bit in the binary representation of numbers.
Input: M = 11, N = 9 Output: 2 Explanation: Binary representation of the given numbers are: 1011 and 1001, 2nd bit from right is different.
Input: M = 52, N = 4 Output: 5 Explanation: Binary representation of the given numbers are: 110100â€¬ and 0100, 5th-bit from right is different.
The task is to complete the function posOfRightMostDiffBit() which takes two arguments m and n and returns the position of first different bits in m and n. If both m and n are the same then return -1 in this case.
Expected Time Complexity: O(max(log m, log n)).
Expected Auxiliary Space: O(1).
1 <= M <= 103
1 <= N <= 103
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