# Palindromic Binary Representation InterviewBit Solution

Problem: __Palindromic Binary Representation__

**Problem Description**

Given an integer **A** find the **Ath** number whose binary representation is a palindrome.
**NOTE**

Consider the 1st number whose binary representation is a palindrome as 1, instead of 0

Do not consider the leading zeros, while considering the binary representation.

**Problem Constraints**

1 <= A <= 2*104*

*Input Format*

The first* and only argument is an integer **A**.*

*Output Format*

*Return an integer denoting the **Ath** number whose binary representation is a palindrome.*

*Example Input*

*Input 1:*
* A = 1 *
*Input 1:*
* A = 9 *

*Example Output*

*Output 1:*
* 1 *
*Output 2:*
* 27 *

*Example Explanation******

Explanation 1:

` 1st Number whose binary representation is palindrome is 1`

Explanation 2:

` 9th Number whose binary representation is palindrome is 27 (11011)`

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