Write a program to accept number of seconds and display its corresponding hours, minutes and seconds

This is a simple C program that demonstrates how to convert seconds into hours, minutes, and seconds. The program takes user input for the number of seconds and then performs the necessary calculations (**division** & **modulus**) to provide the result in a human-readable format.

## Tutorial ðŸ“º

## Flow Chart ðŸŒ»

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## Code ðŸ’»

```
#include <stdio.h>
#include <conio.h>
void main()
{
int h=0, m=0, s=0; // h-hours, m-minutes and s-seconds
clrscr();
printf("Please enter the number of seconds:\n");
scanf("%d", &s); // Input: 3663
/*
We know that, 1 hour = 3600 seconds
So if we divide variable "s" by 3600, we will get hours
*/
h = s / 3600; // h = 3663/3600 = 1
// Now, since we have got hours, so let's update variable "s"
s = s % 3600; // s = 3663%3600 = 63
// 1 minute = 60 seconds
m = s / 60; // m = 63/60 = 1
// Again, update variable "s"
s = s % 60; // s = 63%60 = 3
printf("\nHours: %d", h);
printf("\nMinutes: %d", m);
printf("\nSeconds: %d", s);
getch();
}
```

## Explanation ðŸ¤”

- The program starts with the main() function by initializing three integer variables,
`h`

for hours,`m`

for minutes, and`s`

for seconds, all set to 0. - The
`clrscr()`

function is used to clear the screen. - The user is prompted to enter the number of seconds he or she wants to convert. Let’s imagine, the input in this case is 3663 seconds.
- Next, the conversion takes place as following:
`h`

is calculated by dividing the input`s`

by 3600 (since 1 hour is equivalent to 3600 seconds). In this example,`h`

becomes 1.- The remaining seconds are obtained by taking the modulus of
`s`

by 3600, which leaves 63 seconds. `m`

is calculated by dividing the remaining seconds by 60, as 1 minute equals 60 seconds. In this case,`m`

becomes 1.- The remaining seconds are again updated by taking the modulus of
`s`

by 60, resulting in 3 seconds.

- Finally, the program displays the converted values for hours, minutes, and seconds individually.

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