C++: view bit pattern

I was working on a hardware project, and I needed to be able to send a lot of data with only 12 bytes. Therefore when I needed to puzzle some bytes together, I opened up an online c++ compiler and got to testing quickly. In C++ you can import a library called bitset. It is useful when you want to print out your bitpattern and see the result when you are shifting bits. Here is an example:

#include <iostream>
#include <bitset>

using namespace std;

int main()
  uint8_t number1 = 1;
  uint8_t part = number1 >> 4;
  int number2 = 35981;
  cout << bitset<8>(number1) << endl;
  cout << bitset<8>(part) << endl;
  cout << bitset<32>(number2) << endl;

This will output: