#### Exercise 5

Write a Python algorithm which **asks** the **user** to **enter** their **integer number** and to display it if this **number** is **even** or **odd.**

#### Solution

# ask user to enter an integer number = int(input("Enter an integer: ")) # check if the number is even or odd if number % 2 == 0: print(f"{number} is even.") else: print(f"{number} is odd.")

__Explanation__:

**The input():**function is used to ask the user to enter an integer.**The int() function:**is then used to convert the input to an integer data type.**The if instruction:**checks whether the number is even or odd using the modulo operator %.**If the remainder:**of the number divided by 2 is 0, the number is even. Otherwise, it is odd.**If the number is even:**the program displays a message indicating that the number is even, along with the original number.**If the number is odd:**the program displays a message indicating that the number is odd, along with the original number.

__Example Output__:

Enter an integer: 7 7 is odd.

__Example Output__:

Enter an integer: 20 20 is even.

**Younes Derfoufi**

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