# EasyCTF_2018: Exclusive

Category: Programming Points: 30 Description:

Given two integers a and b, return a xor b. Remember, the xor operator is a bitwise operator that's usually represented by the ^ character. For example, if your input was 5 7, then you should print 2.

## Write-up

ab = input().split(" ")
print(int(ab[0]) ^ int(ab[1]))


Therefore, there is no flag.