The completed program is given below.

# Complete Program Here is the complete program that adds up even and odd integers from zero the limit N specified by the user:

```import  java.util.Scanner;

// User enters a value N
// Add up odd integers,
// even  integers, and all integers 1 to N
//
{
public static void main (String[] args )
{
Scanner scan = new Scanner( System.in );
int N, sumAll = 0, sumEven = 0, sumOdd = 0;

System.out.print( "Enter limit value: " );
N = scan.nextInt();

int count = 1;
while (  count <= N )
{
sumAll = sumAll + count ;

if ( count % 2 == 0  )
sumEven = sumEven + count ;

else
sumOdd  = sumOdd  + count ;

count = count + 1 ;
}

System.out.print  ( "Sum of all : " + sumAll  );
System.out.print  ( "/tSum of even: " + sumEven );
System.out.println( "/tSum of odd : " + sumOdd  );
}
}
```

It would be odd if you did not copy and paste this program to Notepad, save it to a file, and run it. An even better idea would be to pretend you had not seen it, and to try to create it from scratch.

### QUESTION 7:

Which is larger: the sum of evens or the sum of odds? Does the answer to this question change if N is even or odd?