Bit mask in C

What is the best way to construct a bit mask in C with m set bits preceded by k unset bits, and followed by n unset bits:

00..0 11..1 00..0
  k     m     n

For example, k=1, m=4, n=3 would result in the bit mask:



~(~0 << m) << n

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