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Write a program that asks the user to enter a number of seconds. The responses of the program will vary depending on the length of seconds:
• If the number of seconds is under 60 the answer will only be given in seconds
• If the number of seconds is over 59 the answer will be given in minutes and seconds
• If the number of seconds is over 3,599 the answer will be given in hours, minutes and seconds
• If the number of seconds is over 86399 the answer will be given in days, hours, minutes and seconds.
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