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Write a program that reads an integer in [0,255] continuously and displays it in binary. For example, if the user enters 32, the program should display 00100000. For any value out of [0,255], display "Invalid number"

Sample Input 1:

256

Sample Output 1:

Invaid number

Sample Input 2:

10

Sample Output 2:

00001010
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