1. Enter the sum program into your compiler, compile it, fix any syntax errors you inadvertently introduced, run it a few times.
2. Modify the program so that it does all four arithmetic operations,
storing each result into an appropriately named variable, and then
outputting each result in a readable format.
Test it with some simple numbers.
Test it with second number (i.e. the denominator) of 0.
3. Do Programming Warm-up exercise 7 on page 92
4. Find the syntax errors in this program.
5. Modify the Herman G. Smith program (available right here) so that the consts are not used and string variables are used instead. Have the user input the first name, last name and middle initial and then display the name in the two formats.