Write a program that converts 2 * n integers and checks whether the sum of the first n integers (left sum) equals the sum of the second n numbers (right sum). In case the sums are equal, print "Yes" + the sum, otherwise print "No" + the difference. The difference is calculated as a positive number (by absolute value). The format of the output must be identical to the one in the examples below.
|Yes, sum = 100||2
|No, diff = 1|
Watch this video lesson to learn how to calculate the left and the right sum and their difference: https://youtu.be/s_uAuqTnC8w.
We will first input the number n, after that the first n numbers (left half) and sum them up. We will then proceed with inputting more n numbers (the right half) and sum them up. We calculate the difference between the sums by absolute value:
Math.Abs(leftSum - rightSum). If the difference is 0, print "Yes" + the sum, otherwise print "No" + the difference.
Test your solution here: https://judge.softuni.org/Contests/Practice/Index/510#6.