Weekly Programming Exercise #2 Not graded. Due Monday, 09/28, before class. 1) Design a program let's you know whether the year is a leap year or not using if-else. You don't have to write the whole program. Just the if-else part where the program decides whether the year is a leap year or not. This is how you calculate leap years: 1) A year divisible by 4 is a leap year. 2) But a year divisible by 100 is not a leap year. 3) But then a year divisible by 400 is a leap year. Use the modulus operator to find out if a year is divisible by x. (Remember that the modulus operator (x % y) calculates the remainder of x divided by y?) There are many ways to implement the same logic. Try two versions of the program: one using nested-if's and another using non-nested if's. Also, if you have time, try to implement a re-ordering of the logic above. For example, check that a year is divisible by 400 first, then check 100, then check 4. Lastly, is there a way to write all of the above conditions in one line of code?