Python Classwork: Subtraction Write a Python program named "Subtraction.py" that has the user enter two integers. Then have your program subtract the smaller number from the larger number (larger minus smaller). Note that the user can enter the two integers in any order, so it is up to your program to determine which number is larger. If both numbers are the same, then your program shouldnotsubtract the numbers, but should instead tell the user that the two numbers are the same, and then end. Your program's output must be formatted exactly like the example output shown below. You do not need to perform error trapping for the user input, and you may put all of your code into the main area of the program (that is, you are not required to create separate functions). This program should not import or use any external functions. Example Program Run #1 ---------------------- Enter an integer: 42 Enter another integer: 13 The difference of your two numbers (42 minus 13) is 29. Example Program Run #2 ---------------------- Enter an integer: 37 Enter another integer: 55 The difference of your two numbers (55 minus 37) is 18. Example Program Run #3 ---------------------- Enter an integer: 85 Enter another integer: 85 The two numbers that you entered are the same. Goodbye.ADVANCED OPTION #1In addition to displaying the difference of the two integers, also compute and display the sum, product, and quotient of the two numbers. For the quotient, divide the smaller number into the larger number, unless the smaller number is zero, in which case display a message indicating that division by zero is not allowed.ADVANCED OPTION #2This advanced option may be may be added into your program along with, or instead of, the other advanced options. Find and display both the arithmetic mean (average) and geometric mean of the two integers entered by the user.ADVANCED OPTION #3This advanced option may be may be added into your program along with, or instead of, the other advanced options. Compute and display both the greatest common factor and least common multiple of the two user-entered integers.