**C++ Programming Help Please!**

**Program Info:**Write a program that accepts a year written as a four-digit Arabic (ordinary) numeral and outputs the year written in Roman numerals. Important Roman numerals are V for 5, X for 10, L for 50, C for 100, D for 500, and M for 1,000. Recall that some numbers are formed by using a kind of subtraction of one Roman “digit”; for example, IV is 4 produced as V minus I, XL is 40, CM is 900, and so on. A few sample years: MCM is 1900, MCML is 1950, MCMLX is 1960, MCMXL is 1940, MCMLXXXIX is 1989. Assume the year is between 1000 and 3000. Your program should include a loop that lets the user repeat this calculation until the user says she or he is done.

**More Important Info:**Enter an Arabic number: 2456 2456 is MMCDLVI in Roman numerals Play again? Y Enter an Arabic number: 1359 1359 is MCCCLIX in Roman numerals Play again? N Read the number as an integer: e.g. 9786 Use arithmetics to separate each digit into separate ints: (do you know what the modulus operator is? “%” No? look it up.) ones will be 6 tens will be 8 hundreds will be 7 thousands will be 9

*****use four switch cases to output the correct string for each digit:**cout<<”XX” in case of tens being 2 cout<<”XXX” in case of tens being 3 etc.

*****As with all the projects in this chapter, wrap this whole thing in a “Play another game” loop to allow the user to play as many times as they like.**