NOTE: in mathematics, division by zero is undefined. So, in C++, division by zero is always an error. Given a int variable named callsReceived and another int variable named operatorsOnCall write the necessary code to read values into callsReceived and operatorsOnCall and print out the number of calls received per operator (integer division with truncation will do). HOWEVER: if any value read in is not valid input, just print the message “INVALID”.

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NOTE: in mathematics, division by zero is undefined. So, in C++, division by zero is always an error.  Given  a int  variable  named  callsReceived and another int  variable  named  operatorsOnCall write the necessary code to read values  into callsReceived and operatorsOnCall and print out the number of calls received per operator  (integer  division with truncation will do).  HOWEVER: if any value  read in is not valid input, just print the message  “INVALID”.

LANGUAGE: C++

CHALLENGE:

NOTE: in mathematics, division by zero is undefined. So, in C++, division by zero is always an error. Given a int variable named callsReceived and another int variable named operatorsOnCall write the necessary code to read values into callsReceived and operatorsOnCall and print out the number of calls received per operator (integer division with truncation will do). HOWEVER: if any value read in is not valid input, just print the message “INVALID”.

SOLUTION:


cin >> callsReceived;
cin >> operatorsOnCall;

if (operatorsOnCall > 0){
	cout << (callsReceived / operatorsOnCall);
}else{
	cout << "INVALID";
}

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