# Objective

Today, we’re working with binary numbers. Check out the Tutorial tab for learning materials and an instructional video!

# Task

Given a base-`10`

integer,`n`

, convert it to binary (base-`2`

). Then find and
print the base-`10`

denoting the maximum number of consecutive `1`

's in `n`

's
binary representation.

# Input Format

A single integer, `n`

.

**Constraints:**

`1 <= n <= 10^6`

# Output Format

Print a single base-`10`

integer denoting the maximum number of consecutive
`1`

's in the binary representation of `n`

.

# Sample 00

## Explanation

The binary representation of `5`

is `101`

, so the maximum number of consecutive
`1`

's is `1`

.

# Sample 01

## Explanation

The binary representation of `13`

is `1101`

, so the maximum number of
consecutive `1`

's is `2`

.

# Solution

`main.go`

```
package main
import "fmt"
func main() {
var n, count, max int
fmt.Scan(&n)
for _, v := range fmt.Sprintf("%b", n) {
if v == '1' {
count++
if count > max {
max = count
}
} else {
count = 0
}
}
fmt.Println(max)
}
```