#### Xnor Gate

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```"""
A XNOR Gate is a logic gate in boolean algebra which results to 0 (False) if both the
inputs are different, and 1 (True), if the inputs are same.
It's similar to adding a NOT gate to an XOR gate

Following is the truth table of a XNOR Gate:
------------------------------
| Input 1 | Input 2 | Output |
------------------------------
|    0    |    0    |    1   |
|    0    |    1    |    0   |
|    1    |    0    |    0   |
|    1    |    1    |    1   |
------------------------------
Refer - https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/logic-gates-in-python/
"""

def xnor_gate(input_1: int, input_2: int) -> int:
"""
Calculate XOR of the input values
>>> xnor_gate(0, 0)
1
>>> xnor_gate(0, 1)
0
>>> xnor_gate(1, 0)
0
>>> xnor_gate(1, 1)
1
"""
return 1 if input_1 == input_2 else 0

def test_xnor_gate() -> None:
"""
Tests the xnor_gate function
"""
assert xnor_gate(0, 0) == 1
assert xnor_gate(0, 1) == 0
assert xnor_gate(1, 0) == 0
assert xnor_gate(1, 1) == 1

if __name__ == "__main__":
print(xnor_gate(0, 0))
print(xnor_gate(0, 1))
print(xnor_gate(1, 0))
print(xnor_gate(1, 1))
```