i figured out how to incorporate the switch statements into this program, but i am having trouble making the error term come up if the user tries to divide by zero.

the part that is blocked off by the /* and */ is the part i dont know how to figure out. everything else works well with the program, but i dont know how to combine those two like an if statement would be able to do.Code:#include <iostream> using namespace std; int main() { double n=0, n2=0; char operation; cout << "Current Total is " << n << endl; do { cout << "Enter an operation: + - * / (or enter X to exit):" << endl; cin >> operation; if (operation == 'X') break; cout << "Enter a number: " << endl; cin >> n2; switch (operation) { case '+': n += n2; break; case '-': n -= n2; break; case '*': n *= n2; break; /* case (('/') && (n2==0)): cout << "Can not divide by zero!" << endl; break; */ case '/': n /= n2; break; } cout << "Current Total is " << n << endl; } while (operation != 'X'); }

thanks for any help.