Question

Write a C++ program to read a positive integer greater than 0, the program should compute and display the following:

- Sum of odd digits in the number

- Count of even digits in the number

- The smallest digit.

For example, if the input is **24536**, then

Sum of odd digits in the number = **8**

Count of even digits in the number = **3**

Smallest digit = 2

Answer #1

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Write a program that prompts the user to input a positive
integer. It should then output a message indicating whether the
number is a prime number.
(Note: An even number is prime if it is 2. An odd integer is prime
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square root of the number.)
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