`POPPAR`

— Parity of the number of bits set*Description*:`POPPAR(I)`

returns parity of the integer`I`

, i.e. the parity of the number of bits set ('1' bits) in the binary representation of`I`

. It is equal to 0 if`I`

has an even number of bits set, and 1 for an odd number of '1' bits.*Standard*:- Fortran 2008 and later
*Class*:- Elemental function
*Syntax*:`RESULT = POPPAR(I)`

*Arguments*:-
`I`Shall be of type `INTEGER`

. *Return value*:- The return value is of type
`INTEGER`

and of the default integer kind. *See also*:- POPCNT, LEADZ, TRAILZ
*Example*:-
program test_population print *, popcnt(127), poppar(127) print *, popcnt(huge(0_4)), poppar(huge(0_4)) print *, popcnt(huge(0_8)), poppar(huge(0_8)) end program test_population