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Description:

Task

You are given an array of up to four non-negative integers, each less than 256.

Your task is to pack these integers into one number M in the following way:

The first element of the array occupies the first 8 bits of M;

The second element occupies next 8 bits, and so on.

Return the obtained integer M as unsigned integer.

Note:

the phrase “first bits of M” refers to the least significant bits of M – the right-most bits of an integer. For further clarification see the following example.

Example

For a = [24, 85, 0], the output should be 21784

An array [24, 85, 0] looks like [00011000, 01010101, 00000000] in binary.

After packing these into one number we get 00000000 01010101 00011000 (spaces are placed for convenience), which equals to 21784.

Input/Output

[input] integer array a

Constraints: 1 ≤ a.length ≤ 4 and 0 ≤ a[i] < 256 [output] an unsigned integer More Challenge Are you a One-Liner? Please try to complete the kata in one line(no test for it) 😉 */ function arrayPacking(a) { return a.reduceRight((a,b)=>a*256+b);

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