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Minutes and Seconds
 
Read in a time in seconds which will be input in
the form:
 
†††† Time Elapsed 3112 Seconds
 
The number of seconds will always be a whole number.
Your program should write out the elapsed time in
minutes and seconds.
 
1) Remember that the "%" operator computes the 
†††remainder
2) If s is a string, cin >> s skips leading 
†††whitespace, then reads into the string all
†† characters up to the next whitespace character.
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#include <iostream>
#include <string>
using namespace std;
 
int main()
{
// read input
string junk;
cin >> junk; // reads the word "Time"
cin >> junk; // reads the word "Elapsed"
int t;
cin >> t;
††// compute minutes and seconds
int m, s;
s = t % 60; // seconds left over when all whole minutes removed from t
m = t / 60; // total minutes in t.Note: tís value is not altered by / or %
 
// write out result
cout << "Time Elapsed " << m << " minutes and "
†††††† << s << " seconds" << endl;
 
return 0;
}