We let \(k\) be the integer defined as the smallest integer larger than \(10^{100}\) such that the first six digits of \(2^k\) are 100000 (i.e. \(2^k = 100000\ldots\)). If \(k = 10^{100}+n\), what is the value of \(n\)?

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