Write a program that computes the difference between two time
readings.

The times are read into the program as integers of at most 6
digits (without leading zeros): `hhmmss`, where `hh`
stands for hour, `mm` minutes and `ss` seconds. The
difference should be displayed in the same format (called "military format").

The difference can be both positive and negative. *It doesn't matter in which direction it's negative, as long as it's consistent. That is, you can
subtract the second time from the first time or the second time from the first.*

You can assume, for now, that the
inputs are correct (that is, you are not going to have more than 59
seconds or more than 59 minutes).

Ex:

Enter first time: 230000 Enter second time: 210001 Time difference: 15959 Enter first time: 123245 Enter second time: 112955 Time difference: 10250 Enter first time: 23245 Enter second time: 32815 Time difference: -5530 Enter first time: 245 Enter second time: 235 Time difference: 10

- The above example is for
**4 separate runs**corresponding to the following times.*Note that here we are subtracting the second time from the first time.*- 11:00:00 PM and 9:00:01 PM [difference is 1:59:59, or 1 hr 59 mins 50 secs]
- 12:32:45 PM and 11:29:55 AM [= 1:02:50, or 1 hr 2 mins and 50 secs]
- 2:32:45 AM and 3:28:15 AM [= -0:55:30, or negative 55 mins 30 secs]
`0:02:45 AM and 0:02:35 AM [= 0:00:10, or in other words 10 seconds]`

- The best way to compute the difference is to:
- Isolate the different parts of each time: hours, minutes and
seconds (use the mod operator
`%`... hint, hint, hint; you could use integer division instead, which may be more intuitive for some). - Compute the time in terms of seconds (1 hour = 3600 seconds, 1 minute = 60 seconds).
- Compute the difference in seconds.
- Convert the above number into hours, minutes and seconds
(again the mod operator
`%`, but with a different base ... hint, hint, hint). - Create the new 6-digit integer (the time in military format) and print it.

- Isolate the different parts of each time: hours, minutes and
seconds (use the mod operator
- You are NOT being asked to
*convert*a PM or AM time to military time format. The user should be entering the time in military format.