#### Single Bit Manipulation Operations

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```#!/usr/bin/env python3

"""Provide the functionality to manipulate a single bit."""

def set_bit(number: int, position: int) -> int:
"""
Set the bit at position to 1.

Details: perform bitwise or for given number and X.
Where X is a number with all the bits – zeroes and bit on given
position – one.

>>> set_bit(0b1101, 1) # 0b1111
15
>>> set_bit(0b0, 5) # 0b100000
32
>>> set_bit(0b1111, 1) # 0b1111
15
"""
return number | (1 << position)

def clear_bit(number: int, position: int) -> int:
"""
Set the bit at position to 0.

Details: perform bitwise and for given number and X.
Where X is a number with all the bits – ones and bit on given
position – zero.

>>> clear_bit(0b10010, 1) # 0b10000
16
>>> clear_bit(0b0, 5) # 0b0
0
"""
return number & ~(1 << position)

def flip_bit(number: int, position: int) -> int:
"""
Flip the bit at position.

Details: perform bitwise xor for given number and X.
Where X is a number with all the bits – zeroes and bit on given
position – one.

>>> flip_bit(0b101, 1) # 0b111
7
>>> flip_bit(0b101, 0) # 0b100
4
"""
return number ^ (1 << position)

def is_bit_set(number: int, position: int) -> bool:
"""
Is the bit at position set?

Details: Shift the bit at position to be the first (smallest) bit.
Then check if the first bit is set by anding the shifted number with 1.

>>> is_bit_set(0b1010, 0)
False
>>> is_bit_set(0b1010, 1)
True
>>> is_bit_set(0b1010, 2)
False
>>> is_bit_set(0b1010, 3)
True
>>> is_bit_set(0b0, 17)
False
"""
return ((number >> position) & 1) == 1

def get_bit(number: int, position: int) -> int:
"""
Get the bit at the given position

Details: perform bitwise and for the given number and X,
Where X is a number with all the bits – zeroes and bit on given position – one.
If the result is not equal to 0, then the bit on the given position is 1, else 0.

>>> get_bit(0b1010, 0)
0
>>> get_bit(0b1010, 1)
1
>>> get_bit(0b1010, 2)
0
>>> get_bit(0b1010, 3)
1
"""
return int((number & (1 << position)) != 0)

if __name__ == "__main__":
import doctest

doctest.testmod()
```