In this Python project , we will determine the hamming distance of two decimal numbers(by converting them into equivalent binary numbers)

**Hamming Distance:**

** **Hamming Distance between two binary numbers is nothing but the total number of bits they differ. Let us look into few examples to understand this concept.

**Examples:**

Decimal number Binary Equivalent

9 1001

14 1110

Hamming Distance(9,14) =3

In the above binary representation of 9 and 4 , we can observe that they differ by three bits hence hamming distance is 3.

Decimal number Binary Equivalent

25 11001

31 11111

Hamming Distance(25,31) =2

In the above binary representation of 25 and 31, we can observe that they differ by two bits hence hamming distance is 2.

Submitted by Rajitha Gondipalli (Rajitha)

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