Program to Determine Even or Odd Numbers Using C++ #shorts

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The program to determine even or odd numbers using C++ is designed to take an integer input from the user and determine whether it is an even number or an odd number. The program uses the modulus operator % to calculate the remainder of the input number divided by 2. If the remainder is zero, the program outputs a message stating that the input number is even. Otherwise, if the remainder is one, the program outputs a message stating that the input number is odd. The program is implemented in C++ language and starts by including the necessary header files and defining the main function. An integer variable num is declared to store the user input. The program prompts the user to enter a number by displaying the message "Enter a number: ". The user's input is read into the num variable using the cin statement. The modulus operator % is used to calculate the remainder of num divided by 2. If the remainder is zero, the program outputs a message stating that the input number is even, using the cout statement. Otherwise, if the remainder is one, the program outputs a message stating that the input number is odd, also using the cout statement. Finally, the program returns 0 to indicate successful completion. This program is a simple example of how to determine whether a number is even or odd using the modulus operator in C++.
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