Write a program that reads an integer from the user, and displays a message about whether or not it's a prime number.
Prime numbers are integers which can not be divided evenly by any other integers except 1 and themselves. For example, some of the first prime numbers are 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, ...
Prime numbers have many interesting (at least to mathematicians) properties. More recently they figure prominently in computer encryption schemes, which make use of the fact that it can take a lot of computing power to tell if a number is prime or not.
Hint. The easiest way to decide if n is prime or not is to try dividing it by all integers from 2 to n-1. If any of them can divide it evenly, it's not prime. This isn't efficient, and can't be used for really large numbers (ie, those used in encryption), but it's simple.