## Write a program that inputs fifteen integer values in an array. It finds out all the prime numbers stored in an array and displays the result on screen.

**So let’s Write Code:**

**Let’s build logic First:**

**Algorithm for code:**

**Step 1:**Start**Step 2:**Declare an array and variables n, count, d and p**Step 3:**Initialize variable count = 0, p=1, d=2;**Step 4:**Input Numbers from User.**Step 5: if**(**arr[n]%d==0**) set p=0 and break.**Step 6:**if remainder is 1 then Count ++.**Step 7:**Print Prime Numbers**Step 8:**Stop

**Write a program that inputs fifteen integer values in an array. It finds out all the prime numbers.**

```
#include<iostream>
using namespace std;
main()
{
int arr[15], n, count = 0, d, p;
for(n = 0;n<=14; n++)
{
cout<<"Enter a value in element "<<n<< " of the array ? ";
cin>>arr[n];
}
for(n = 0;n<=14; n++)
{
p = 1;
for(d = 2; d < arr[n]; d++)
if (arr[n]%d ==0)
{
p = 0;
break;
}
if (p == 1)
{
cout<<arr[n]<<endl;
count++;
}
}
cout<<"\n Prime numbers stored in an array are:"<<count;
}
```

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