ECE222(2007Fall)Prog2(BitwiseOps)

ECE222(2007Fall)Prog2(BitwiseOps) - Fall 2007 ECE 222...

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Fall 2007 ECE 222 System Programming Concepts 1 of 3 Lab 2 –Bitwise Ops In this lab, each student is to write a prompt-driven program called prog2.c that performs bitwise operations on data. Upon execution, the program should tell the user what it does and give a brief description of commands and syntax. The program should loop continuously showing a prompt until an exit command is given. The exit command ( keyphrase ) can be of your choosing, but should be logical and in the user instructions. Background Thanks to Clemson University’s bioengineering department and the evolution of genetic engineering, there is hope for gamecocks everywhere. Clemson engineers have found that a gamecock’s lack of abilities are caused simply by a genetic defect which now can be “cured” through modern technology. As you know, the properties of all living things are determined by their DNA program: namely, the linear sequence of four nucleotides, A , C , G , and T . Clemson engineers have determined that by simply replacing all sequences of
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