Probably not. Even with an electronic calculator this would be tedious.

There is a formula for the sum of integers from 1 to N, and similar formulas for the sum of even or of odd integers from 1 to N, but pretend you don't know that. Let us write a program that calculates three sums by directly adding up the integers:

- The sum of all integers, 1 to N
- The sum of odd integers, 1 to N
- The sum of even integers, 1 to N

The user enters N, and the program counts up from one to N, adding each integer to the appropriate sum. This flowchart that shows how the program works.

The flowchart shows a loop that
increments `count`

from 1 to N.
In the loop body, the current
value of `count`

is always added to the sum of all integers.

But more work needs to be done.
`count`

should be added to the sum of odds only if it is odd,
and added to the sum of evens only if it is even.
This box:
needs more detail.

How can you decide which
if `count`

should be added to even or odd?