208 Project 3

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Rochester Institute of Technology Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences Department of Information Technology 4002-208 Page 1 of 3 Fall 20081 4002-208 Introduction to Programming in [C++] Project 3 Purpose I know that you’ve probably had your fill of transmission times, but only one more update, I promise. Software is expensive to write due to all of the hours put into it by highly trained people who earn good wages. Therefore, companies do not throw away software when it needs to be upgraded or fixed. They hire RIT coop students to make the changes. Project 3 extends Project 2 by allowing the user to re-enter invalid input and allow the user to enter any number of sets of input. Specifically, you must make the following changes: 1. Allow the user to re-enter the file size any number of times until the user enters a value greater than or equal to 1. Print an appropriate error message each time the user enters an invalid value. 2. Allow the user to re-enter the units for the file size any number of times until the user enters the letter K (upper or lower case) or the letter M (upper or lower case). Print an appropriate error message each time the user enters an invalid value. 3. Allow the user to re-enter the speed option any number of times until the user enters
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2009 for the course NSSA 4002 208 taught by Professor Niemi during the Spring '09 term at RIT.

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