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```
#include <stdio.h>
int main() {
int n, sum = 0;
printf("Enter the number : ");
scanf("%d", &n);
while (n != 0){
int last_digit = n % 10;
sum += last_digit;
n = n / 10; // remove last digit
}
printf("Sum of digits : %d", sum);
}
```

Above C code takes the number as input from the user and calculate the sum of the digits. It first initializes the variable **‘sum’** to 0. Then prints or prompts the user to enter an integer using the **printf** function and reads the input using the **scanf** function.

The code entters a while loop that loop continues until the value of **n** becomes 0. In each iteration of the loop, it computes the last digit of 'n' using the **modulo operator** and adds it to **‘sum’**. It then removes the last digit from ‘n’ by dividing it by 10.

Finally, it prints the sum of digits using the **printf()** function.

- Initialize variable ‘n’ and ‘sum’ to 0.
- Prompt / print message to the user to enter an integer ‘n’ using printf() and read the input using
**scanf()**. - while ‘n’ is not equal to 0, repeate the followig steps:

a. Compute the last digit of ‘n’ using the modulo operator andd assign it to a variable ‘last_digit’.

b. Add “last_digit' to ‘sum’.

c. Remove the last digit from ‘n’ by dividing it by 10. - Print the value of ‘sum’ using printf().
- Exit

```
1. Set n = 0
2. Set sum = 0
3. Display "Enter the number : "
4. Read integer n from user using scanf
5. While n is not equal to 0, repeat the following:
a. Set last_digit = n % 10
b. Set sum = sum + last_digit
c. Set n = n / 10
6. Display "Sum of digits : " followed by the value of sum using printf
```

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