Given an integer A, count and return the number of trailing zeroes.
1 <= A <= 109
First and only argument is an integer A.
Return an integer denoting the count of trailing zeroes.
A = 18
A = 8
18 in binary is represented as: 10010, there is 1 trailing zero.
8 in binary is represented as: 1000, there are 3 trailing zeroes.
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