EC_CONB  Even Numbers
Marina is a college girl who likes to play with all kinds of numbers. One day she was very bored and decided to play around with even numbers.
She writes N numbers on the board (odd and even numbers) and then, she modifies only even numbers (for some reason she likes the odd numbers) and reversed its binary representation (from the left to the right ) and replaces each even number. But soon she gets bored and ask you help in order to automate the conversion process.
Input
In the first line contains the value of N. This integer is followed by N lines, every one with a positive integer a_{i }(1 <= a_{i }<= 10^7).
Output
The output will contain N lines, the numbers that are on the blackboard after the conversion process.
Example
Input: 5 10 8 3 5 2 Output: 5 1 3 5 1
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prateek_1:
20200107 14:15:22
The first line under input takes the number of entries by the user. Don't confuse with 10 having output 1.


royhero:
20191028 10:22:28
Warning!


sanket17:
20190716 20:38:15
Hint: stack 

masterchef2209:
20181018 16:18:23
just get the number of bits in binary representation of a number, it will help to compute answer


wrzoboo:
20180606 12:24:31
bin, str, int and [::] notation in python :) 

scorpion_ajay:
20171115 18:43:12
AC in a GO! 

sonorous:
20170927 11:46:00
I always wanted to comment AC in one go!!! :) use bit manipulation that's it! 

raichu7:
20170819 00:49:44
AC is one go ! :)


rishikeshwar:
20170702 12:26:42
@rish23101998


rish23101998:
20170702 09:17:12
binary representation of 10 is 1010 but output given here is 1...why??

Added by:  Eddy Cael 
Date:  20131012 
Time limit:  1s 
Source limit:  2000B 
Memory limit:  1536MB 
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