# takeLowestOneBit

Returns a number having a single bit set in the position of the least significant set bit of this Byte number, or zero, if this number is zero.

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1.4Returns a number having a single bit set in the position of the least significant set bit of this Short number, or zero, if this number is zero.

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1.4Returns a number having a single bit set in the position of the least significant set bit of this UInt number, or zero, if this number is zero.

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1.5Returns a number having a single bit set in the position of the least significant set bit of this ULong number, or zero, if this number is zero.

#### Since Kotlin

1.5Returns a number having a single bit set in the position of the least significant set bit of this UByte number, or zero, if this number is zero.

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1.5Returns a number having a single bit set in the position of the least significant set bit of this UShort number, or zero, if this number is zero.

#### Since Kotlin

1.5Returns a number having a single bit set in the position of the least significant set bit of this Int number, or zero, if this number is zero.

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1.4Returns a number having a single bit set in the position of the least significant set bit of this Long number, or zero, if this number is zero.

#### Since Kotlin

1.4Returns a number having a single bit set in the position of the least significant set bit of this Int number, or zero, if this number is zero.

#### Since Kotlin

1.4Returns a number having a single bit set in the position of the least significant set bit of this Long number, or zero, if this number is zero.

#### Since Kotlin

1.4Returns a number having a single bit set in the position of the least significant set bit of this Int number, or zero, if this number is zero.

#### Since Kotlin

1.4Returns a number having a single bit set in the position of the least significant set bit of this Long number, or zero, if this number is zero.