# C# Program to Check whether the Entered Number is Even or Odd

C# Program to Check whether the Entered Number is Even or Odd

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## Code Explanation :

This is the example of C# that check the user given number, whether it is even or odd.

### Problem Solution

If a given number is divisible by 2 and the remainder is 0, then that number is an Even number. If the number can not be divided by 2 then that number will be an odd number.

### Program/Source Code

this program tests a given integer is odd, or even. For Microsoft Visual Studio the C # program is compiled and executed successfully. The output of the program can be viewed by clicking `Execute` button given above the code.

We are reading the number in this C # program, using the ' I ' integer variable. If statement of condition is used to check the number is even and odd. The modulus of the value of ' I ' variable by 2 is equal to zero for even number, if the condition is valid then print the statement as even number.

Alternatively, if the condition is false then execute the other statement, the module of the value of ' I ' variable by 2 is not equal to zero for an unusual number, if the condition is true then execute the statement and print it as an unusual number.

## Algorithm

```Step 1: Start

Step 3: If Number % 2 == 0 THEN

Print Number is an Even Number.
Else
Print Number is an Odd Number.

Step 4: Exit```

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