Prompt the user for two integers. The program then calculates the sum of the integers, the difference of the integers, the product of the integers, and the quotient with remainder of the integers. All of these math calculations are performed in one function. But how can a function return more than one value? By using formal parameters that are reference variables. In other words, pass the parameters by reference. 1. getData() – A void-returning function. – The function prompts the user for two integer values. – The function receives two integer arguments passed by reference to hold the values entered by the user. 2. doTheMath() – A void-returning function adds, subtracts, multiplies, and divides the two integers as described above. – The function receives 7 arguments: a.) num1 – The first integer value from the user (pass by value). b.) num2 – The second integer valuea from the user (pass by value). c.) sum (pass by reference) d.) difference (pass by reference) e.) product (pass by reference) f.) quotient (pass by reference) g.) remainder (pass by reference) 3. displayResults() – A void-returning function displays the results of the four math operations. – The function receives the 7 arguments. – The arguments are passed in the same manner as described in #2. Potential problem: If the user enters a value of zero for the second number, a problem arises with division (cannot divide by zero). – If you don’t handle the situation, your program will crash because the CPU will not allow division by zero. Solution: Include code to prevent division by zero. If the second number is zero, then output should state: “Cannot divide by zero.” /* Output when num2 != 0: /* Output when num2 = 0: Please enter two integer values: This statement is in the getData() function. 12 Here are the results: The sum of 12 and 3 is 15. The difference, (12 minus 3) is 9. The product of 12 and 3 is 36. 12 divided by 3 is 4 with a remainder of 0. These statements are in the displayResults() function Please enter two integer values: 9 0 Here are the results: The sum of 9 and 0 is 9. The difference, (9 minus 0) is 9. The product of 9 and 0 is 0. Cannot divide by zero. Press any key to continue */