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Algorithm Get User s desired limit Calculate: a=0 b=1 if limit<=0 print ‘error!’ else for(i=0;i<m;i++) sum=a+b a=b b=sum Output Fibonacci sequence with user s desired limit
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#include <stdio.h> // variable declarations int a,b,sum,m;
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