A

```
/**
* This code will check whether the given number is a power of two or not.
* @author dev-madhurendra<https://github.com/dev-madhurendra>
* @explanation
A number will be a power of two if only one bit is set and rest are unset.
This is true for all the cases except 01 because (2^0 = 1) which is not a power of 2.
For eg: 10 (2^1 = 2), 100 (2^2 = 4), 10000 (2^4 = 16)
@see: https://www.hackerearth.com/practice/notes/round-a-number-to-the-next-power-of-2/
If we will subtract 1 from a number that is a power of 2 we will get it's
1's complement.And we know that 1's complement is just opp. of that number.
So, (n & (n-1)) will be 0.
For eg: (1000 & (1000-1))
1 0 0 0 // Original Number (8)
0 1 1 1 // After Subtracting 1 (8-1 = 7)
_______
0 0 0 0 // will become 0
* @param {number}
* @returns {boolean}
*/
export const isPowerOfTwo = (n: number): boolean => n > 0 && (n & (n - 1)) === 0
```